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total receipts for the year 1S83, for premiums, interest on investments, rents, etc., were $2,080,- 
729.94. Its disbursements for the same period for death claims, dividends, salaries and other 
expenses, were $1,475,178.31, leaving on the first day of January, 1884, reliable assets amounting 
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This cut shows the splendid building in process of erection for the Oberlin Conservatory of 
Music, the central portion of which is already in use. It is built of stone, and is the munificent 
gift of Dr. and Mrs. Lucien C. Warner, of New York city. When completed it will have a front 
of 150 feet on Professor street and 120 fee' on College street, and will be the finest building ever 
erected exclusively forthe uses of a music, school. It will contain ample accommodations for th<> 
Conservatory in the way of offices, library, lesson, and practice rooms, besides a fine concert hall, 
and will be heated by steam and supplied with an elevator. 

The attention of music students is invited to the unequalled combination of advantages offered 
at this Conservatory. 

(1) It is carried on in a preeminently religious atmosphere. Its teachers are all Christian 
men and women, who belive that the highest attainments in music need not and should not be 
purchased, as they too often are, with a lapse from good habits or the loss of Christian faith. 

(2) Its instruction is of the most thorough sort. It aims to give that broad and substanial 
culture in music which goes much farther than the mere ability to siug a song or thrum an in- 
strument. 

(3) Its charges are very low. The entire expenses of a music-student for a college year need 
not exceed $300 or $350, and with careful economy may he brought still lower. 

(4) Those who wish to give only a part of their time to music are able to pursue specia 
studies, under the best of teachers, in any of the other departments of Oberlin College. 

Nearly five hundred students were in attendance at this Conservatory last year, and it has 
more applications every year for teachers, organists, etc., than it can fill from its graduates. For 
catalogues and fuller particulars, address Prof. F. B. Rice, Director, Oberlin, Ohio. 



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REASONS FAVORING ITS SYSTEM OF INSTRUCTION. 

Three Hundred years established in Europe. The governments convened their ablest 
musicians for counsel and advice as to the best system to be adopted for imparting musical 
knowledge, and the unanimous verdict was class instruction. 

Laudable ambition to excel. Mind matched with mind sharpens intellect. We are constantly 
Influenced by others. Competition is the life of trade, and also of study. 

Diffidence overcome by public performance in Class, in Conservatory, and in Music Halls. 

Each pupil has the benefit of whole hour lessons, and not ten or fifteen minutes, as is often 
falsely represented. 

Economy. Cost of tuition only fifteen or twenty dollars for a single study, which, with the 
collateral advantages offered, amount to a hundred and twenty five hours of instruction each 
term. The largest conservatories of Europe do not provide half this number. 

Pupils are carefully graded according to proficiency, aud promoted as their progress requires. 

Mendelssohn says : "It has advantages over private instruction : it produces industry, spurs 
outo emulation, and preserves against one-sidedness of education and taste." 

The musical atmosphere of the Conservatory is conducive to broader culture. 

The best instructors educated in Europe receive their education at Conservatories. 

A finished musical education is attainable, from the jirst rudiments to final graduation ; and 
to-day the NEW ENGLAND CONSERVATORY" can point with honest pride to hundreds of 
her students who are filling important positions in Boston and throughout the land. 

" Harper's Monthly " characterizes it as the " Model Music School of the Age." 

Evening classes are formed each term, in order that those otherwise occupied during the day 
may have the same instruction as day scholars. Private lessons are given, if preferred, at teach- 
ers' regular rates. 

Reduction in prices of admission to the finest concerts in the city are frequently made. 

Oratory and Languages also taught. Our School of Elocution is larger, and affords more 
advantages than any other in America. 

Students in the Conservatory course can pursue all English branches under able 
instructors. Art Department for Drawing, Painting, and Modelling, second to none in the country. 

The increased facilities of this institution, and its important connections with the Boston 
University, enable it to offer by far the best privileges for musical and literary culture that can 
possibly be obtained in this country; and, along with the College of Music or Boston 
University, affords advantages supplementary to the Conservatory course fully equal in breadth 
and completeness to those of any Phuopean institution. 

The general musical advantages of Boston, it being acknowledged the best patron of music 
of our Amercau cities. Over seven hundred public concerts are given in a single season, and 
access to libraries containing over eight thousand musical works. 

Home Department. Fine appointments, including rooms and board for five hundred lady 
students, in the heart of Boston, confessedly the musical, literary, aud art centre of America. 
The Director, Preceptress, Matron, and Family Physician reside in the Home. 

Excellent board and rooms for gentlemen secured at moderate rates. 

The city affords many facilities to aid in defraying expenses. Many of our students avail 
themselves of these opportunities. 

Over thirty thousand students have attended the Conservatory. These could not all be 
solicited personally ; hence, there must be some way to account for this number. 

The New England Conservatory of Music procures situations for pupils as teachers, chor- 
isters, organists, etc. 

Calendar giving full information of the Conservatory. School of Elocution, School of Modern 
Languages, School of Orchestral and Bund Instruments, Artists' Course, Literary Gourse, Art 
School, and College of Music of Boston University, will be furnished on application. 



PHILLIPS ACADEMY, 

jLTtdoirer, JSlass. 

ONE HUNDRED AND SEVENTH YEAR. 

CECIL F, P, BANCROFT, Ph. D., Principal. 



E. G. Coy, M. A., Greek. 

M. S. McCurdy, M. A., Mathematics. 

1). Y. Comstock, M. A., Latin. 

AV. B. Graves, M. A., Natural Scieuces. 



G. T. Eaton, M. A., English and Mathematics. 
M. C. Gile, B. A., English. 
H. C. Bierwirth, B. A., Modern Languages. 
Prof. J. \V. Churchill, Elocution. 



E. Taylor, Treasurer. 

The Academy continues to tit boys thoroughly and systematically in large classes, and under 
a permanent and experienced Faculty, for the various colleges, scientific and professional schools. 
Students have been recently prepared for Harvard, Yale, Dartmouth, Bowdoin, Wesleyah, Oberlin, 
Boston University, Williams, Amherst, Columbia, Princeton, Colby, Hamilton, University of 
Michigan, Brown, Lafayette, Middlebury, University of Vermont, Trinity, University of the City 
of New York, Rutgers, Sheffield Scientific School, Lawrence Scientific- School, Columbia School 
of Mines, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, several Medi- 
cal Colleges and Law Schools, and for numerous business pursuits. For catalogue and other 
information, address the Principal. 



ABBOT ACADEMY, 

POR YOUNG LADIES. FirTY-SIXTH YEAR. 

The full course of study covers four years, and embraces all the usual academical studies 
special attention being given to Mental and Moral Philosophy, English and General Literature, 
the History of Art, and to the Latin, French and German Languages. Superior advantages are 
afforded in Music, Drawing, Painting and Elocution. Pupils are received for a single year or more. 

This Academy enjoys many incidental advantages through the other literary institutions in 
the same village, while easy access to Boston and Cambiidge brings within its reach fine Music 
Art Galleries, Museums, Cabinets, and the Botanical Garden, to all of which, classes, with their 
teachers, have occasional access. The Academy has a tine Clark Telescope, good working 
cabinets, models, and apparatus of irs own. 

The domestic arrangements are peculiarly homelike. The school is divided into three sepa- 
rate families in separate houses, each under its own matron and teachers. One of these families 
is made up wholly of pupils in French, in which language the daily table-talk is carried on under 
the direction of the French teacher. Another family is occupied with German in like manner. 
The grounds are spacious and tasteful, forming an attractive part of the quiet and pleasant 
village. 

The school has been successfully conducted for twenty years by the same principal teachers, 
whose constant endeavor is to so educate girls that they may mature into healthful, cultivated 
earnest, Christian womanhood. 

The total expenses for board, including fuel, lights and washing, and for tuition, except music 
and drawing, is $>:500 per annum. 

Application for admission or information should be made to 

Miss PHILINA McKEEN, Principal, Andover, Mass. 

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MEMORIAL II A II B UII1JING, 

434-426 Asylum Street, Hartford, Conn. 

This building is owned by the Congregational Churches of 
Connecticut. The second floor is used as oflice room, 
archive, library, and depository of such memorials of Chris, 
tian workers as are from time to time placed there for pres- 
ervation. The agent, who has the building in charge, 
solicits memoirs, pictures, records, pamphlets, and books 
which serve to illustrate the history of the churches. 

Address, LAVALETTE PERRIN, Agent. 

ANNALS OF THE CHURCHES. 

The General Conference of Connecticut has made 
it the duty of the annalist to note all anniversary services of 
churches, notable revivals, ecclesiastical councils within the 
State, for the installation and dismission of ministeis, the 
formation and dissolution of churches, and the death of 
prominent laymen, and of all ministers connected with the 
local bodies of the Stale, during each year. Communica- 
tions which will aid in this service are earnestly solicited. 
Address, LAV ALETTE PERUIN, Annalist. 




TREASURY OF NATIONAL COUNCIL. 

The National Council, at its meeting in Concord, 
Voted, That the churches be invited to contribute, to sup- 
port the work of this Council, two cents for each chureh 
member for each of the years 1884, 1885, and 1886. 

That the treasurers of the State Congregational bodies be 
urged to the earliest possible collection and transmission of 
their respective collections. 

That the Treasurer, assisted by the chairman of the Pro- 
visional Committee and Committee on Finance, be, and is 
hereby, authorized to solicit of individuals and churches the sum of $3,000 to be held as a reserve 
to meet exigencies. 

The special attention of ministers and churches is called to these resolutions, which were voted 
with great unanimity, and all who desire to aid in carrying outthe wish of the Council in these 
matters, may address LAVALETTE PEKRIN, Treasurer, 

Memorial Hall, 426 Asylum St., Hartford, Conn. 



1843-1885. 



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HARTFORD - ~ - CONN. 

Will urge the claims of religion upon all, not forgetting the little childreu ; 
and will discuss the practical questions of the day with candor, advocating 
earnestly the cause of temperance; speaking freely on all subjects, literary, 
educational, civil, social or financial, and aiming to speak wisely. Its reviews 
and articles, correspondence and comments, notes and summaries of news, 
will be carefully edited. It will seek to be useful to all whom it can reach, 
and will deem it ample reward for much hard labor, if it can in any way serve 
the cause of Christ; having a special love for the old historic churches of 
Connecticut, commonly called Congregational, but rejoicing to be a co-worker 
with all who love our Lord Jesus Christ, and seek to bless and save men. 
We ask the co-operation and patronage of all who are in sympathy with our 
aim, and hope for an increase of subscribers, such as will enable us to work 
more efficiently in the field we are striving to cultivate. 

Terms, $2.00 per year. To Advertisers, $20 an inch one year. 

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THE CONGREGATIONALISM 



Every Good Home should have its own Family Religious Newspaper. 

The Congregationalist is admitted to bs one of the best family religious and literary 
journals in the world. 

Its Articles, Sketches, Stories, Poems, and Essays are constantly found quoted in 
many religious and literary journals, North, South, East, and West. 

Every Christian should know what the churches of his denomination, the world over, are 
doing. 

Every Minister and every intelligent layman ought to know, also, what other churches are 
doing and planning to do. 

Among the Main Questions, always kept at the front, are Christian Theology in its 
relations to modern thought and modern life; Temperance, and the protection of the Home 
atrainst the Saloon; Missions; Revivals; Education, national, Christian, industrial; the Church 
at work in the Sunday School and through the Sunday school; The Household; Reforms, 
and whatever pertains to the fast-growing Science of Applied Christianity. 

As A Guaranty of the quality of our contributed articles, we give a few names of those 
who have written for our columns during the past year: — 

Rev. W. M. Taylor, D. D. Prof. Austin Phelps, D. D. 

Kev. R. S. Storrs, D. D. Rev. Newman Hall, LL. B. 

Prof. G. P. Fisher, D. D. Author of " John Halifax." 

Rose Terry Coolie. Hon, Schuyler Colfax. 

Gen. J. I,. Chamberlain. Rev. .Joseph Parker, D. D, 

Rev. G. H. Hepworth, D. D. Rev. .J. H. Vincent, D. D. 

"Marian Harlanil." Mrs. Emily Huntington Miller. 

Benjamin Vanghan Abbott, Esq. Mrs. G. R. Alden ("Pansy"). 

Rev. Wolcott Calkins. " Svisan Coolidge." 

Rev. C. L. Goodell, D. D. Rev. G. R. Leav tt. 

We give below a few articles as specimens of the class of matter that may be found in our 
eolumns the coming year : — 

Six Biblical and Theological Articles, viz., (1) Scholastic Theories of Inspiration; (^Vibra- 
tory Progress in Christian Beliefs; (31 Oscillations of Faith in Future Retribution; (4) How the 
Bible treats the Afflicted; (5, (5) The Silence of the Bible. By Prof. Austin Phelps, D. D. 

Miss Melinda's Opportunity. A story of working girls and their experiment in making a 
borne. A serial to run three months By Mrs. Helen Campbell. 

Some Metropolitan Preachers. Six articles, viz., (11 Rev. W. M. Taylor, D.D.; (2) Rev. 
John Hall, D. D. ; (3) Rev. R. S. Storrs, D. D. ; (41 Rev. T. L. Cuyler, D. I). ; (5) Rev. T. DeWitt 
Talmage, D.D.; (6) Rev. Phillips Brooks, D. D. . By Rev. F. N. Zabriskie, D. D. 

Care of the Body. Four articles. (1) Why we Live no Longer; (2) Excesses; (3) Breathing 
Organs; (4) Nerve Force By Edward Hitchcock, M. D. 

The Sunday School. Four articles : (1) Worship in the Sundav School and the Church; 
(2) The Sunday School a Training School for the Church ; (3) The Old Testament in the 
Sunday School; (4) The Need of a Normal Sunday School . By Rev. F. N. Peloubet. 

The Negro's Vi»-w of the Destiny of hi* Race. Two articles. By Hon. A. W. Tourgee. 

Mission of the Daisies. A Story of Marriage. Infiveparts. By Miss I. ucia E. F. Kimball. 

Keystones <>f Orthodoxy. A series of papers setting forth some of the leading Evangelical 
doctrines in brief and practical outlines .... By Rev. Wolcott Calkins. 

Life in Persia. Two articles. By Hon. S. G. W. Benjamin, U. S. Minister to Persia. 

In our Young People's Department, we shall continue to have the services of some of 
the > best-writers in the country; such as Mrs. Emily Huntington Miller ("who will furnish half a 
dozen of her inimitable stories), Amanda B. Harris, Col. T. W. Knox, Mary E. Wilkins, Willis 
Boyd Allen, "Sidney Dayre," Ernest Ingersoll, Helen Pearson Barnard, Matthew White, Jr. , 
Mrs. S. C. B. Samuels, Clara Doty Bates, and others 

Large interest has been expressed the past season in our Household Department, 
which touches a great variety of topics pertaining to the family. Helen Campbell, Kate Upson 
Clarke, " Hope Ledyard,'' and other well-known writers will remain among the contributors to 
this department. 

Price, S3. 00 per year. To clubs of five subscribers, at least one of whom must be new, 
$12.50. 

Premiums. Any old subscriber sending payment for his own paper a year in advance, and 
$6.00 for two new subscribers, will reeeive Harper's Mngazine as a premium ; or, sending 
his own subscription, with $3.00 for one new subscriber, will receive Peloubet's Condensation of 
Smith's Dictionary of the Bible, an attractive volume of 818 pages, with eight colored maps 
and 440 illustrations. 



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THE 



CONGREGATIONAL YEAR-BOOK, 



1885. 



ISSUED, UNDER THE SANCTION OF THE 



NATIONAL COUNCIL OF THE CONGREGATIONAL CHURCHES OF THE UNITED STATES, 



BY ITS PUBLISHING COMMITTEE, AND CONTAINING THE 



GENERAL STATISTICS OF THOSE CHURCHES FOR THE LAST PREVIOUS YEAR; 



An Alphabetical List of the Congregational Ministers, and of the Officers and 

Students of Congregational Theological Seminaries; the Annual Record 

of Changes; the Vital Statistics of Congregational Ministers 

deceased in 188i; statements of the national co-op- 

erative Societies ; the National and State 

Organizations of Churches; 



AND OTHER MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION. 



B O S T O X : 
CONGREGATIONAL PUBLISHING SOCIETY. 

18 85. 



PREFATORY NOTE. 



This issue is made by the direction of the National Council of the 
Congregational Churches assembled at Concord, N. II., in 1883. 

By order of the Council a copy is sent to each church and one to each 
minister by mail, post-paid. 

The addresses of the officers and committees of the National Council 
will be found on page 217, and of the State organizations upon page 218 
and those immediately following. The addresses of officers of our 
benevolent societies are on pages 45- 50; of the professors of the 
theological seminaries on pages 57-65. 

The next session of the National Council will be held with the Union 
Park Church, Chicago, III, beginning Thursday, Oct. 11, 1886, at 10 
o'clock A. M., and will doubtless continue into the following week. 

The attention of the Statistical Secretaries is called to the following 
recommendation of the National Council. (See Minutes 1877, page 87.) 

It is also recommended that certain other statistics be reported once in 
five years, beginning in 1880: — 

1. Value of house of worship and chapel, and land on which they stand. 

2. Date of erection of house of worship. 

3. Value of parsonage. 

4. Amount of funds, not including parsonage. 

5. Amount of indebtedness. 

6. Salary of minister, including value of use of parsonage. 

7. Amount of all parish expenses (in the 3 r ear of the report), includ- 

ing salary. 
Some States gather most of these items ; others give few; but no one 
gives them all. The year 1885 is the second year assigned for the col- 
lection of these special statistics. 



Alfred Mu<ige & Son, Printers, 24 Franklin Street, Boston. 



TABLE OF COXTENTS. 



Calendar for 1884-5 

Words of the Compiler 

Treasurer's Sta'ement, Dec. 11, 1884 

Annual Becord : 

Churches Formed, 10; Ministers Ordained or Installed, 11; Pastors Dis- 
missed, 14; Ministers Married, 15. 
Vital Statistics of Congregational Ministers who died in 1831 
Vital Statistics, Index of Karnes, 1881-5 .... 
The National Societies : 

American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Mission* 

American College and Education Society 

American Congregational Association 

American Congregational Union 

American Home Missionary Society. 

American Missionary Association 

Congregational Sunday-School and Publishing Society 

New West Education Commission .... 
Congregational Theological Seminaries : 

Andover, 57; Bangor, 58; Chicago, 59; Hartford, 61 ; Oberl 
63; Yale, 65. 

Alphabetical List of Students in the Seminaries 

Summaries 

The Annual Statistics of the Churches and Ministers : 

Explanations of the plan of Statistics . . . 

The Statistics of the Churches and Pastors, by States 

Congregational Ministers in Foreign Missionary Service 

General Summary Tables for the Year . . . 

Bern. irks upon the Statistics 

The National and State Associations of the Churches 
Sessions of, in 1885 

Annual Meetiogs of the National Societies in 1885 

Alphabetical List of Ministers, with Post-Office Address 

Alphabetical List of Licentiates 



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_ _ i _ - I 



WORDS OF THE COMPILER. 



The Year-Book for 1885, presents itself to its friends and to the churches with the 
new year. The diligence and cordial co-operation of the various State secretaries 
have helped the compiler to overcome the delays of previous years, and they will 
share his satisfaction in the result. It is believed that real progress in the line of 
needful improvement has been made, and that in the fulness and accuracy of its 
details the Year-Book for 1885 will compare favorably with its predecessors. That 
there is much to he desired and sought for in the same direction is not less clear. It 
may be of service if a few points are mentioned: — 

1. The reports from many churches are inconsistent with themselves from year to 
year. The net gain or loss shown by the additions and removals does not correspond 
with the difference in the total membership reported. It is not in the power of any 
secretary, State or National, to make the summaries, which incorporate such reports, 
consistent. The remedy can only come from the clerks or pastors, who make such 
reports to their local conferences, and who betray the fact that they keep no proper 
lists of the members for whom they are responsible. The effect on the summary 
this year is that the apparent net gain shown by the additions and removals, 11,773, 
becomes only 5,340 in the increase of total membership. In the course of years the 
latter figures are the more accurate test of real progress. Removals fail to be 
reported at the time they occur, and the result appears, perhaps years after, in a 
revision of the list, and the dropping of names without account. 

2. The list of ministers needs more careful attention. First names and ordination 
dates are often wanting. These the compiler had supplied as far as possih'e; but if 
secretaries in their State Minutes would include and insist upon these items, they 
would contribute much to the historic value of the Year-Book. And every minister 
owes it to himself to report these facts They are important to his own identity, and 
the absence of them, especially of the date of ordination, is liable to convey a shadow 
of suspicion. Inquiry for these items not long since disclosed the unworthiness of a 
man whose name was on the list, and has checked a career of imposture. 

In some States licentiates are included in the list of ministers; in others, ministers 
who are ordained and supplying churches are not included, unless they have become 
members of the local organization. It is not an easy task for the Year-Book to 
thread its way consistently through such diversities. The latter class of ministers it 
has been the custom to insert with a star to designate the lack of full ecclesiastical 
standing, but some States never give the star, and the compiler can hardly ven- 
ture to guess to whom it belongs; nor is it safe to leave him to insert, even with a 
star, all names not included in the alphabetical list of the State to which they belong. 

3. The evil of various dates for the statistics of different States, and of the long 
time which elapses before some of them can appear in the Year-Book, is widely felt, 
but the remedy does not appear. The suggestion of the last National Council that 
the States should all fix upon dates between June 1 and October 1 has met with 
little response. In view of this fact the Provisional Committee at a recent meeting 
instructed the secretary to correspond with the State secretaries, and submit the 
inquiry, whether they would favor a change, fixing January 1 as a uniform date 
for all the States, the gathering and tabulating the returns as rapidly as was practi- 
cable, and the issue of the Year-Book in the spring. The most effectual way to 



6 CONGREGATIONAL YEAR-BOOK. [1885. 

reach the secretaries and all who are interested in the subject seems to he, to state 
the proposition here, — and I beg leave to do so, — asking all to give it such careful 
consideration and early response as may guide the committee in deciding whether it 
will be wise to present the plan to the National Council at its meeting in Chicago 
next year. Advantages and objections will at once suggest themselves ; which have 
the greater weight? 

The improvement in the State Minutes, in fulness, distinctness of summaries, and 
accuracy of detail, deserves notice. Some have long been models in these particu- 
lars, and others approach the same standard. The alphabetic alarrangement of 
the churches in the statistical table has been adopted by all the large States, except 
Kansas, Maine, Michigan, Ohio, and Vermont, and its economy as well as con- 
venience must soon commend it to these States also. Trifling divergencies from the 
Year-Book's order of columns in the table occasionally occur, from which the gain 
is not apparent; the annoyauce is. 

Complaint is made of the " wa-<te " of Year-Books in distributing them to all the 
churches; that many are lost in mails and post-offices. But this distiibution, it should 
be remembered, is made by the explicit order of the Council. The Publishing Com- 
mittee has no discretion; it has only to discharge the duty as carefully as possihle. 
That losses will occur in sending an edition of 8,000 copies through the mails, is a 
matter of course; but that the losses in circulating the Year-Book are comparatively 
few is confidently affirmed. Most of these would be avoided if the Minutes always 
gave the post-office of a church, when the names of church and post-office arc not 
the same. It is not enough to give in some other place the post-office of the clerk or 
superintendent, for these may differ from that of the church, as that of the minister 
often does. The only safe way is to give the post-office, as the Year-Book does, to 
the best of its ability, in immediate connection with the name of the church itself 
whenever it differs from that name. 

A remarkable average is shown in the age of the ministers whose deaths are 
reported. The highest average previously recorded during the ten years in which 
this compiler has gathered the Vital Statistics for the Congregational Quarterly and 
the Year-Book was sixty-eight years. This year it stauds at seventy years and six 
months, and since the close of the record five deaths have occurred, which, if they 
had been included, would have raised this average to more than seventy-one years. 
The Rev. George W. Blagden, d d., Rev. Mortimer Blake, v. i>., Rev. Stephen A. 
Loper, Rev. Joseph H. Paylie, and the venerable Jotham Sewall, of Bangor, Me., 
are the brethren referred to, and they will he included in the next annual record. 
An alphabetical index to these statistics for five years is added, and will be found 
useful. 

Especial attention is requested to the Prefatory Note on page 2. 

HENRY A. HAZEN, Secretary. 

CONGREGATIONAL LIBRARY, BOSTON, Dec. 29, 1SS4. 



1885.] treasurer's statement. 



TREASURER'S STATEMENT. 



At the meeting of the National Council in Concord the following resolutions were 
passed by unanimous vote, after accepting the report of the Finance Committee: — 

Resolved, 1. —That the Treasurer, assisted by the Chairmen of the Provisional Com- 
mittee and Committee on Finance, be, and is hereby authorized to solicit of individ- 
uals and churches the sum of S3, 000, to be held as a reserve to meet exigencies. 

Resolved, 2. —That the treasurers of the State Congregational bodies be urged to 
the earliest possible collection and transmissiou of their respective collections. 

Resolved, 3. — That the churches be invited to contribute, to support the work of this 
Council, two cents for each church member for each of the years 1884, 1885, and 1886. 

Resolved, 4. — That the action of the Treasurer in giving early information to the 
churches of the state of the treasury is approved, and that he be authorized to act at 
his discretion in securing relief in time to come. 

Resolved, 5. — That the report of the Treasurer, to be published in the next Year- 
Book, include all payments made by the churches before Jan. 1, 1884. 

The Provisional Committee at their meeting in Boston, Sept. 19, 1884, finding the 
treasury still greatly embarrassed by the delay of returns from the churches, ap- 
pointed Rev. F. A. Noble, of Chicago, Rev. Henry Fairbanks, of St. Johnsbury, Vt., 
and Samuel B. Capen, Esq., of Boston, a committee to raise by special appeals to 
individuals $3,500. The first resolution above contemplates some such action, and 
the result thus far is the receipt by the treasurer of $1,194.24. A few subscriptions 
are made conditional on the receipt of the full amount, and are not included in the 
above sum. The names of donors to this reserve fund will be given when it is com- 
pleted, and will he reported to the next Council. This money is not included in the 
following statement of payments by the churches. 

The twelfth section of the will of Mrs. Lucius J. Knowles, late of "Worcester, 
Mass., reads thus: " I give and bequeath unto the National Council of the Congre- 
gational Churches of the United States, the sum of ten thousand dollars, to be 
applied in aid of aged and disabled ministers of the gospel, or their wives or orphan 
children, under the direction of said Council by such committee or individuals as 
may be appointed by it for that purpose." 

An act of incorporation is necessary to enable the Council to discharge this trust, 
and the necessary steps will be taken to secure this. The executors express a desire 
to pay over the bequest as soon as it can be done by them legally. 

The following States have paid in full all assessments up to Jan. 1, 1885: Arkansas, 
California, Colorado, Connecticut, Indiana, Indian Territory, Louisiana, Minnesota, 
Missouri, New Hampshire, North Carolina. 

Where the plan is adopted of putting the treasurer of the State body in direct 
communication with the churches, and collecting the local and general assessments 
at the same time and in one sum, it is found to yield the most satisfactory results. If 
this were the practice of all our State bodies, it would doubtless relieve the treasury 
of the National Council, and be quite as agreeable to the churches. On the first day 
of July, 1884, the treasurer was compelled to borrow $4,302.07 to settle all the bills 
then due. More than half of this he had carried with interest since the last meeting 
of the Council. If all the churches had paid up to that date, there would have been 



CONGREGATIONAL YEAR-BOOK. 



[1885. 



a handsome balance in the treasury for the hills of 1885, which come mostly the first 
two months of the year. The following schedule shows how much each State body 
has paid to the present treasurer, how much is due from each on previous assessments, 
and the assessment of each for 1885: — 



States. 



Alabama 

Arizona , 

Arkansas 

California 

Colorado , 

Connecticut 

Dakota 

District of Columbia . , 

Florida 

Georgia 

Idaho 

Illinois , 

Indiana , 

Indian Territory 

Iowa 

Kansas 

Kentucky 

Louisiana 

Maine 

Maryland.. 

Massachusetts 

Michigan 

Minnesota 

Mississippi 

Missouri 

Montana 

Nebraska 

Nevada 

New Hampshire 

New Jersey 

New Mexico 

New York 

North Carolina 

Ohio 

Oreg'>n 

Pennsylvania 

Rhode Island 

South Carolina 

Tennessee 

Texas 

Utah 

Vermont 

Virginia 

Washington Territory 

West Virginia 

"Wisconsin 

"Wyoming 



Paid since 
1880. 



$25 

3 

301 

55 

:,758 
24 



2d 



,136 

83 

2 

623 

260 

1 

95 

851 

9 

:,721 

853 

413 



204 05 



107 

,005 
162 

,216 
27 

686 
13 
27 

161 
10 
12 



796 38 


14 66 
3 25 

483 77 



§15,209 09 



Still Due. 



$10 44 
60 



21 39 

14 5H 

62 

18 62 

20 

257 50 





151 


71 


162 


34 


18 54 



367 46 

4 60 

1,824 76 

31 35 



7 38 


3 20 

76 58 

1 75 


66 62 

58 

1,088 99 



479 66 

30 89 

122 28 

110 42 

4 78 

10 80 

11 36 

6 15 
444 15 

18 94 

10 48 

2 47 

374 68 

7 39 



$5,770 29 



Assessment 
for 1885. 



$17 60 

1 06 

2 76 
117 20 

27 02 

1,093 26 

36 58 

19 04 

1 78 
18 04 

22 

469 12 

36 96 

2 30 
308 24 
146 44 

1 68 

29 60 

414 20 

4 14 
1,845 90 

350 6H 
155 08 

3 42 
96 30 

1 10 

80 84 

92 

392 28 

65 18 

72 

747 72 

11 14 
488 14 

18 46 

99 00 

112 92 

5 00 

12 48 
7 16 
3 56 

388 82 

6 56 
11 56 

3 5li 

264 40 

3 52 



87,913 64 



1885.] treasurer's statement. 9 

This statement is brought clown to Dec. 11, 1884. It is not possible to keep the 
accounts open longer without delaying the issue of the Year-Book. The bills from 
the last meeting of the Council to this date, including a balance against the treasury 
at that time of SI, 018.59, and not including a note against the Council of $2,000, 
amount to $7,041.86. Of this, $4,872.85 is for printing and distributing the Minutes 
and Year-Boole, as ordered by the Council. Salary and expenses of Secretary, $439.15. 
Expenses of Registrar, $34.87. Salary of Treasurer, $250. Interest paid on loans, 
$323. Expenses connected with meeting of the Council, printing, postage, express, 
and other small items, —total, $103.40. 

The entire receipts from the churches during the above period are $5,711.28. This 
does not include the $510 received for advertisements, or the $1,194.24 paid in to meet 
the debt. If these figures do not move the State bodies to a more prompt payment of 
the assessments, no pleading of those who carry the burden will. 

LAVALETTE PERRIN", Treasurer. 
Hartford, Dec. 11, 1884. 



10 



CONGREGATIONAL YEAR-BOOK. 



[1885. 



ANNUAL RECORD. 



CHTJECHES ORGANIZED. 1883. 

Dakota : 

New Ipswich, Dec. 27. 
Florida : 

Mt. Dora, Dec. 24. 
Kansas : 

Sutphen's Mills, Dec. 11. 
Louisiana : 

Chacahoula, March 30. 
Minnesota: 

Minneapolis, Open Door, . 

Nebraska: 

Bethel, Oct.; Cowles, Nov. 28; Holt Co., 
First, Nov. 4. 
Oregon : 

Corvallis, . 

Texas : 

Dodd's Station, . 

Washington Territory : 

Endicott, Dec. 18. 

1884. 
Alabama : 

Tecumseh, Jan. 15. 
Arizona : 

Benson, . 

Arkansas : 

Little Rock, Mayflower, Dec. 3. 
California : 

Halleck, Sept. 28; Los Angeles, Park, - 
San Bernardino, Highlands, April 21; Sierra 
ville, Pilgrim, Aug. 17; Stewarlsville, — 
Tipton, Oct. 26; Vacaville, Nov. 23. 
Colorado : 

Denver, Park Avenue, May 2; do., People's 
Tabernacle, Feb. 8. 
Dakota : 

Arena, ; Cooperstown, June 1"; Dra- 

cola, ; Fargo, Plymouth, ; Faulkton, 

Jan. 9; Friedensfeld, German, July 6; Frie- 
densihal, German, June 29; Glen Ullin, Aug 

31; Iloffnungsbcrg, ; Hofthungsthal, Gev 

man, Jan. 9; Holabird, ; Huron, Sept. 7 

Legenthal, German, Jan. 10; Mateland, 

Meckling, July 13; Neuburg, German, Jan. 15 
Neusalz, German, June 24; New Rockford 
Aug. 3; Petersburg, German, June 27; Puk 

wana, June 15; Ransom City, ; Scotland 

German, Jan. 15; Seimenthal, Gemnan, Jan 

9; Bpiritwood, ; Sturgis, ; Sykeston 

June 1 ; Templeton, ; Walcott, Aug. 24 

Willow Lake, Oct. 5 ; Winfred, ; Yankton, 

German, Jan. 13; Zions, . 

Florida : 

Hawk's Park. Nov. 16; Interlachen, ; 

Norwalk, ; Winter Park, Feb. 17. 

Georgia : 

Atlanta, Berean, July 20; do., Emmanuel, 

Nov. 2"> ; Ueynoldstown, Hope, , 

Illinois. 

Cragin, March 23; Marine, Aug. 3; Normal 
Park, June 26. 
Iowa : 

Burlington, West, April 6; Carroll Town- 
ship, May 11; Hawthorn, April 25; Madison, 



Co., First (formerly Cum. Presb.), May 6; 

Milford, . 

Kansas : 

Almela, ; Clay Centre, Nov. 16; Esk- 

ridge, Nov. 9; Lenora, ; Linn Co., Salem, 

Oct. 15; Louisbura, Jan. IS; Mapleton, Jan. 
26; Newton, June 19; Oxford, Oct. 5. 

Massachusetts : 

Haverhill, East, March 18; Lowell, High- 
land, Jan. 1. 
Michigan : 

Addi.ion, July 2; Central Lake, March 19; 
Chester Station, Nov. 25; Haves Township, 
June 11; Highland Station, Aug. 26; Lake 

Linden, March 25; Mecosta, ; Rodney, 

May 15 

Minnesota : 

Brainerd, Second, March 11; Minneapolis, 
Lyndale Avenue, Julv 16; do., Mayflower, 

April 23; Park Rapids', . 

Missouri: 

Augusta, ; Everton, March 24; Guen- 

tlier, July 20; Kansas City, Fifth, Nov. 2; Lib- 
eral, May 18; Morerod, Aug. 3; Riveidale, 
July 13; Springfield, German, July 6; St. 
Louis, Olive Branch, June 19; Thayer, Aug. 
10; Versailles, German, Feb. 20. 
Nebraska : 

Alpine, July 6; Beatrice, Aug. 5; Bethel, 
April 23, Cutmniusvile, May 25; Doniphan, 
Jan. ; Gloversville, April 27 ; Long Pine, Sept. 
1; Martinsburg, April 23; Newcastle, April 
24; North Bend, May S; Ogallala, Oct. 15; 
Phelps, Welsh, July 20; Richmond, May 25; 
South Mills, April 19; Waco, May 22. 
New York : 

Syracuse, Danforth, March; do., Good 
Will, Oct. 14. 

Ohio: 

Cleveland, Irving Street, rcc, Sept 10; May- 
nard, Welsh, April 6; Oraugeville, Sept. 11. 
Oregon : 

Hiliside, ; Pendleton, May 15. 

Pennsylvania : 

Alden, Dec. 3; Fountain Spring, Oct. 14; 

Tomhicken, ; West Warren, Sept. 1. 

Tennessee : 

Memphis, Strangers', ; Nashville, Jack- 
son Street, March 23; Pomona, June 15; fcSher- 
wood, Jan. 13. 

Texas : 

Colorado, ; Dallas, Pilgrim, March 23; 

do., Plymouth, April 24; Dodd's Station, ; 

Fort Worth, March 30. 
Utah : 

Ogden, Jan. 4. 

Washington Territory : 
Kamilche, May 24; Montesano, Mt. Zion, 

Jan. 16; Tacoma, Scandinavian, ; Union 

Flat, Oct. 12. 

Wisconsin : 
Embarrass, Jan. 22; Necedah, Sept. 10. 

Wyoming Territory : 
Buffalo, Oct. 12; Sheridan, Sept. 21. 



1885.] 



ANNUAL RECORD. 



11 



ORDAINED, INSTALLED, OR RECOG- 
NIZED. 

In this list, " o." denotes ordination without 
installation; " o. p." ordination as pastor; 
"o.f.in." ordination for foreign missionary 
service. But owing to indefinite reports, " o." 
may sometimes be an error for " o. p." ,; r.'' 
denotes recognition. 

1883. 

BARBER, FRANK W., River- 
ton, Neb., o. Dec. 21 

BURTON, NATHAN L., Otho, 
Io., i. Dec. 30 

FARWELL, PARIS T., South 

Egremont, Mass., o. p. Oct. 23 

KENDALL, ROBERTR., Box- 
ford, Mass., i. Dec. 27 

PARMELEE, WILLIAM J., 
Stewartville, "Minn., o. Nov. 21 

PORTER, ELBERT S., Kent, 
Ct , o. p. Dec. 19 

REES, GEORGE M., Welsh ch., 
Centreville, O., o.p. Dec. 21 

1884. 

AINSWORTH, ISRAEL, Boyl- 

ston, Mass., i. April 29 

ALLEN, FRED L., Henniker, 

N. H., i. Dec. 2 

AM A RON, CALVIN E., French 

ch., Lowell, Mass., i. Sept. 17 

ANDREWS, OH ARI.ES E., 

Second ch., Biddeford, Me., i. Jan. 17 

APPLETON, FAYETTE G., 

Oberlin, O., o. June 22 

BACON, BENJAMIN W., Old 

Lyme, Ct., o.p. June 12 

BALDWIN, FRITZ W., First 

ch., Chelsea, Mass., i. Nov. 18 

BALL, WAYLAND D., Mc 
Pherson, Kan., o. April 10 

BARTON, WILLIAM S., Ma- 
pleton, Kan., o. April 27 

BEACH, DAVID N., First ch., 
Cambridgeport, Mass., i. Dec. 4- 

BEARD, REUBEN A., Fargo, 
Dak., i. Oct. 30 

BEARDSLEY, CLARK S., Le 
Mars, Io., o. Jan. 2 

BELL, S. LINTON, Marble- 
head, Mass., i. Feb. 28 

BICKFORD, THOMAS, Wood 
Memorial (formerly Chapel) 
ch., Cambiidgeport, Mass., i. April .30 

BISSELL, ARTHUR D., New 

Haven, Ct. , o.f. m. March 19 

BLAIR. JOHN J., South ch., 
Andover, Mass., i. May 1 

BLAKE.HENRY A., Plymouth 

ch., Providence, R, I., i. May 2 

BLAKESLEE.ERASTUS, Sec- 
ond ch., Fairhaven, Ct., i. May 7 

BLANOHARD, JOHN T., 
Huntsburgb, O., o. Jan. 3 

BLINN, HENRY G., Cam- 
bridge, N. Y., i. May 20 



BLISS. WILLIAM D. P , John 

Eliot ch., S. Natick, Mass., o. p. April 30 

BLODGETT, C. E., Victor, Io.,o. Feb. 5 

BOSTWICK, ELMER D., Hud- 
son, Mich., op. July 1 

BOYNTON, NEIIEMIAH, 
North ch., Haverhill, Mass., i. Sept. 17 

BRAY, WILLIAM L., Keno- 
sha, Wis., i. Sept. 24 

BRERETON, JAMES E., Cres- 
ton, III., o. Mayl 

BRISTOL, FRANK L., Esst 
Tawas, Mich., i. Oct. 1 

BROOKS, JESSE W., Bay 
Shore, N. Y., o.p. Oct. 28 

BROWN, LUTHER E., Ogalla- 

la, Neb., o.p. Oct. 15 

BURGESS, GEORGE H., Han- 
cock, N. Y., o.p. July 22 

BURRILL, GEORGE H., Wel- 
lesley, Mass., o. June 11 

BURROUGHS, GEORGE S., 
First ch , New Britain, Ct., i. Feb. 7 

BUSHNELL, JOHN E., Fair- 
field, Ct., o. p. July 30 

CAMPBELL, JAMES M., Wa- 
tertowu, Wis., i. Feb. 5 

CHAPPEL, WILLIAM P., Vic 
loria, 111. o. p. Sept. 10 

CHASE, EDWARD A., Hamp- 
den, Mass., o. p. May 28 

CLAPP, DWIGHT H., Ober- 
lin, ()., o./.m. June 22 

CLARK, GEORGE L., Wester- 
ley, R. I., i. May 29 

CLARK, JAMES B., Pescade- 

ro, Cal., o.p. Oct. 2 

CLARKE, ALMON T., Parish- 
ville, N. Y., i. Dec. 2 

COLE, ROWLAND H., Nick- 

erson, Kan., o. May 1 

COLTON, ALFRED E., Roots- 
town, O., o. May 28 

COLTON, TUERON G., Roots- 
town, O., r. May 23 

COOK. CORNELIUS C, Mcln- 
does Falls, Vt., o.p. May 28 

COOLEY, WILLIAM F., 
Brooklyn, N. Y., o. July 11 

COUSINS, EDGAR M.. Cum- 
berland Mills, Me., i. June 12 

COYLE, JOHN P., Morrisania 

ch., New York, N. Y., i. March 6 

CRANE, CHARLES D., Sec 
ond ch., Newcastle, Me., i. Sept. 9 

CRAWFORD, ALBERT R., 
Provo, Utah, o. p. Nov. 14 

CRAWFORD, OTIS D., Ridg- 

way. Pa., i. May 1 

CRUM, JOHN H., Winona. 

Minn., i. May 7 

DAVIS, WILLIAM H., First 

ch , Detroit, Mich., i. May 20 

DAWSON, WILLIAM E., 

Garden Prairie, III , o. p. Feb. 8 

DENNY, WILSON, Nebraska 

City, Neb., o. May 27 



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DEXTER, GRANVILLE M., 

Hydesville, Cal., i. 

DILL, ARTHUR C, Spearfish, 

Dak., O. 

DIMON, JACOB V., Creston, 
Hi., o. 

DOANE, JOHN, Cleveland, 
O., o. 

DOUGLAS, CLINTON, Ash- 
ton, Dak., o. 

DHNNBLS, AMOS F., Central 
eh., Bath, Me., o. p 

DWIGIIT, CHARLES A. S., 
Brooklyn, N. Y., o.f. 

EASTMAN". ADKLBERT L., 
New London, O., o. 

ELLIS, WALTER M., How- 
ard, Dak., o. 

ELLSWORTH, JOHN S., Le 
Raj-sville, Pa., o. 

EVANS, D. ELLIS, Spring 
Green, Wis., o. p, 

E V E L A N D , SAMUEL. 
Wayne, Io., o. 

FAY, WILLIAM W., Hamp- 
ton, N. H. o. p 

FISKE, ELISHA L., Royalton, 
Vt., o. 

FLANDERS, CHARLES N., 
Newport, N II., i. 

FOLSOM. OMAR W., Winter 
Street ch.. Bath, Me., i. 

FRINK, BENSON M , Sher- 
burne, Mass., /. 

GAINES, MVRSHALL R., 
Meriden, N. H., o.f. 

GODDARD, JOHN C, Salis- 
bury, Ct., i. 

GOODRICH, CflARLES 
Plaintield, N. J., 

GOODRICH. DARIUS 
Summit, Mich., 

GORDON, GEORGK A., Old 
Sou h eh.. Boston, Mass., i. 

GRIFFITHS, EVAN T., Ash- 
land, Pa., i. 

GUNNER, BYRON, New Or- 
leans, La., i. 

HADDEN,ARCHIBAI.D,Lyn- 
dale Avenue ch., Minneapolis, 
Minn , i. 

HALBERSLEBEN, HENRY 
C, Sedgwick Street Mission of 
the New England ch., Chicago, 
111., o. 

HALL, GEORGE E., First ch., 
Dover, N. H., '. 

HARRIMAN, NATHAN II., 
First eh., Bantror, Me., o. p 

HARRIS, MILUS, Tecumseh, 
Ala., o.p. 

HA WES, CHARLES T., Bears- 
port, Me., o. 

HEALD, JOSIAH H., Benning- 
ton, N. II., o.p 

Grant, 



L-i 

o.p, 

N., 



HELMS, REUBEN E. 
Io.. 



0. j>. 



June 

June 12 

Mayl 

Sept. 11 

May 27 

Oct. 2 

to. Apr. 24 

Sept. 16 

Oct. 25 

June 3 

Jan. 15 

June IS 

Feb. 20 

Oct. 22 

May 28 

Sept. 16 

Oct. 1 

m. July 30 

Oct. 14 

June 12 

May 13 

Aprii 2 

March 6 

April 6 

June 16 

July 10 
Jan. 2 
June 6 
Jan. 15 
Dec. 3 
. Sept. 10 
March 2 



HERRERT, M. E., Mattawan, 

Mich., o.p. Oct. 28 

HERRON, GEORGE D., Em- 

manuel ch., Atlanta, Ga., op. Nov. 27 
HEUSTIS, CHARLES II., De 

Witt, Neb., o. May 6 

HITCHCOCK, HENRY C, 

West ch., Somerville, Mass., i. April 17 

HOPKINS. FREDERICK G , 

Park Street ch.. Bridgeport, Ct., i. March 2"> 
HOWE, GEORGE' M., Pine 

Street ch., Lewiston, Me., i. Feb. 13 

HUBBARD, GEORGE II., 

Roodhouse, 111., o.p. Sept. 10 

HUBBARD, GEORGE II., 

West Haven, Ct., o. /. )>». Sept. 24 

HUGHES, E. P., Harpersfield, 

New York, o. Dec. 2 

HUNT, EUGENE F., Hamil- 
ton, Minn., o. Nov. 18 
HUNT, HENRY W., Orange, 

Ct , o. p. Sept 7 

HUNTER. GEORGE F., Elk- 
horn, Wis., o. April 25 
HYDE, WILLIAM A., Sher- 
man. Tex., i. Oct. 8 
INGERSOLL, WILLIAM II., 
Church of the Covenant, 
Brooklyn, N. Y., i. March 20 
JENKINS, DAVID T., Car- 

bondale, Pa., o. May 22 

JOHNSTON, THOMAS O , 

Memphis, Mo., o. May 5 

JONES, D. SEBASTIAN, Lu- 
cas, O., i. Oct. 21 
JONES, G. JAMES, Marys- 

ville, O., o. S. pt. 26 

JONES, REESE,Wanamie,Pa.,o. June 5 

JONES, WILLIAM C, Free- 
dom, Me., o. June 10 
JORDAN, WILLIAM W., 

Falls Church, Va.. o. Oct. 9 

JINK. FRANKLIN S., Corn- 
ing, Io., o. Sept. 3 
K >SSON FRANK H., Tewks- 

hury, Mass ., i. Oct. 16 

KEELER, SENECA M., South 

Britain, Ct., i. Nov. 19 

KELLEY, NEWTON B., 

Brained, Minn , i. July 29 

KELSEY, HENRY H., West 

Winsted, Ct., o.p. Sept. 10 

KTLMER, CHARLES II., 

Maine, N. Y. o. June 30 

KIMBALL, CHAS. C, D.D., 

Second ch., Bennington, Vt.,j. Dec. 2 

KING, JAMES B., Sandwich, 

Mass., o.p. July 10 

LAMB, WILLIAM A., North 

Village eh , Newton, Ms., i. Nov. 9 

LANE, CHARLES S., Union- 

ville, Ct., o.p. May 27 

LAWRENCE, EDWARD A., 

Syracuse, N. Y., i. Jan. 29 

LEE, I »ORR ALL, Corry, Pa., i. Feb. 14 

LEWIS, DANIEL M ,Glencoe, 

Minn., o.p. April 2 



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LINDSAY, ROBERT S., Iron- 
ton, O., o. June 12 

LLOYD, GEORGE O., South 
Bustou, Mich., o. July 9 

LOVE, ARCHIBALD L., 
Princeton, Mass., i. April 24 

MACK, CHARLES A., Car- 

rington, Dak., o. Nov. 25 

MAGILL, THOMAS, Upper 
Montesano, \V. T., r. Jan. 16 

MARPLE, ABEL, Liu wood, 
Neb., o. July 2 

MARSH, GEORGE L., Magno- 
lia, Io., o. Oct. 29 

MARTIN, SAMUEL A., Van 
Uleve, Io., o. Oct. 21 

MARTY, IVAN M., Petaluma, 

Cal, i. Nov. 18 

McCOLL, JOHN A., St. Al- 
bans, Vt., i. May 14 

McDOUGALL, WILLIAM H., 
Cornwall, Ct., o.p. Sept. 11 

Mcelroy, elbridge p., 

Enfield. Mass., i. Dec. 3 

MEAD, WILLIS W., Clarion, 
lo., o. Sept. 3 

MEREDITH, RICHARD, 

Leominster, Mass., i. March 6 

MERRIAM, ALEXANDER R., 
Kirst eh., Grand Rapids, 
Mich., i. Sept. 30 

MERRILL, BENJAMIN B., 
Fiist ch., Brewer, Me., i. June 13 

MERRILL, WILLIAM C, 
First ch., Sacramento, Cal., o. p. May 17 

MILES, THOMAS M., Merri- 
raac, Mass., i. Jan. 17 

MILLARD, NELSON, Broad- 
way ch., Norwich, Ct., i. April 8 

MILLER, W. C, Shabbona, 
III., o. July 15 

M1NNIS, THOMAS W., Kings- 
ton, N. H., o. p. Sept. 2 

MORSE, CHARLES II., Rock 

Rapids, Io., o.p. Oct. 9 

MUNDY, FRANK J., Firstch., 
Lynn, Mass., i. Dec. 4 

MURKLAND, CHARLES S., 
Third ch., Chicopee, Mass., o.p. June 3 

NASH, CHARLES S., East 
Hartford, Ct., o. p. Oct. 22 

NELSON, KNUT, Scandinavian 
Free ch., Tacoina, W. T., by 
the church, o.p. 

NESBIT, DAVID K., Secor.d 
ch., Gn eulield, Mass., i. May 15 

NICHOLS, DANFORTH B., 

Bon Homme, Dak., i. April 20 

NORTON, EDWIN C, Yank- 
tun, Dak., o. May 1 

ODLIN, JAS.E., Hope, Dak., o. June 18 

OUSLEY, BENJAMIN F., 
Oberlin, O., o.f.ra June 22 

PARK, CHARLES W.. How- 
ard ave. ch., New Haven, Ct., i. April 17 

PEASE, THEODORE C, Mai- 
den, Mats., j. Dec. 16 



PEXXIMAN, HENRY M., 
First ch., Deny, N. II , o.p. April 8 

PERC1VAL, CHARLES II.. 

Wiscasset, Me. , o.p. Oct. 14 

PIIILBROOK, CHARLES E., 

Sierra Valley, Cal., i. Aug. 17 

PIKE, CLARENCE, Union ch., 
Salisbury, Mass., o.p. Sept. 16 

PITTS, EDDY T., West ch., 

Portland, Me., i. Nov. 6 

PLACK, GEORGE W., Closter, 
N. J., i. Oct. 

POND, MILTON G., Royals- 
ton, Mass., o. p. Oct. 2 

PORTER, EDWARD C, Sec- 
ond ch., Greenwich, Ct., o. p. June 24 

PRENTICE, D WIGHT N, 
North Middleboro', Mass., o.p. July 2 

PRICE, LEWIS V., Broadway 
ch., Somerville, Mass., i. Sept. 18 

PYKE, JAMES T., East Con- 
cord, N. II., o. p. Oct. 16 

RAGLAND, FOUNTAIN G , 

Talladega, Ala., o. May 28 

REID, DAVID C, Brainerd, 
Minn., o. July 29 

ROBERTSON, ANGUS A., 
Vergennee, Vt., i. Aug. 26 

ROCKWELL, FRANK M., 
Cooperstown, Dak., o. p. Nov. 2 

ROGERS, OSGOOD W., Mt. 
Pleasant, Io., i. July 28 

ROOT, EDWARD P., First ch., 

East Hampton, Ct., i. Feb. 7 

ROSS, JAMES H., South Nor- 
walk, Ct., i. May 6 

ROWE, GEORGE, Cypress 
Slash, Ga., o. April 16 

SANBORN, FRANCIS W., 
First ch., Newbury, Mass., i. Nov. 20 

SANBORN, GEORGE M .May- 
flower ch., Little Ruck, Ark ,». Dec. 4 

SCHERMERRORN, PETER; 

Ray, Mich. o. Aug. 25 

SCOTFORD, HENRY C, Oli- 
vet ch., Kansas City, Mo., i. Sept. 30 

SHAW, GEORGE W., Ashton, 
Dak., o. May 27 

SHERMAN, BARKER B., 
Wollaston ch.,Quincy, Mass., i. April 15 

SHURTLEFF, DAVID, Peters- 
ham, Mass., i. May 8 

SKEELE, ARTHUR F., An. 
gusta, Me., i. Aprils 

SLOCUM, WILLIAM F., Bal- 
timore, Md., i. April 17 

SM IT H, RALPH J., North Fair- 
field, O., o.p. Feb. 5 

SNELL, SPENCER, Talladega, 
Ala., o. May 28 

SNYDER, PETER M., South 
ch., Middletuwn, Ct., i. Jan. 3 

SO PER, GEORGE E., Madison, 

N. Y., o. July 9 

SPAULDING, WAYLAND, 
l\.ughkeep.sie, N. Y., o.p. May 21 



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BTEBBINS, MILAN C, Corn- 
wall, Vt., i. 

STILES, WILLIAM C, Third 
ch., St. Louis, Mo., i. 

STRONG, SIDNEY D. .Medina, 
O., o. 

STURGIS, FREDERICK E., 
Natick, Mass., i. 

TEAD, EDWARD S., Prospect 
Hill ch., Bomerville, Mass. i. 

THING, MILO P. J., Linwood, 
Neb., o. 

THOMSON, ARCHIBALD E., 
Medina, U., o. 

TODD, DAVID E., Morton, 
111., o. 

TOKREY, REUBEN A., Open 
Door ch., M.nueapolis, Minn., i. 

TRASK.JOHN L. R., Trinity 
ch., Lawrence, Mass., i. 

TYLER, HENRY F., New Eng- 
land ch., Minneapolis, Minn.,i. 

VAN AITKEN, JOHN C, 
Northport, Mich., o. p 

VANEPPS, FRANK S., Alex- 
andria, Dak., o. 

VEAZIE, WALTER C, Second 
ch., South Pueblo, Col., o. p. 

VITTUM, EDMUND M., First 
ch., Guilford, Ct., o.p, 

VOGLER, HENRY, Warren- 
ville, N. J., o. 

VOORHEES, J. SPENCER, 
Huron, Dak , o.p. 

WARD, ARTHUR N., Centre 
Harbor, N. II., i. 

WATIIEN, CHARLES B , 
Orono, Me., i- 

WAT KINS, THOMAS R., 

Tomhicken, Pa., o.p. 

WEAGE, EDWARD D., Ev- 
ansville, Wis., o. 

WELLES. CLAYTON, Engle- 
wood, 111., i. 

W11LTLOCK, F.M., Irving St. 
ch., Cleveland, O., i. 

WILEY, CHAS. W., Valley 
Springs, Dak., i. 

WILLCOX, CHARLES F., 
Pawtucket ch., Lowell, Mass., o. 

WISE, D. W., Tonica, 111., o. 

WOOD, CLARK C, Maybee, 
Mich., o. 

WOOD, FRED C, Leroy, 
Mich., i. 

WOODARD, FRANCIS, Grid- 
ley, 111., o.p. 



S> pt. 24 

Nov. 6 

July 9 

May 14 

May 8 

July 2 

July 9 

Sept. 16 

Jan. 29 

Nov. 19 

April 23 

Oct. 8 

Nov. 19 

March 18 

June 6 

Dee. 2 

Sept. 7 

May 22 

June 6 

April 18 

June 19 

April 10 

Sept. 10 

Oct. 31 

p. Nov. 6 
Sept. 25 

Dec. 4 

Sept. 9 
July 29 



PASTORS DISMISSED. 

1883, 

ALCOTT, WILLIAM P., Boxford, Mass., 

May 18. 
ANDREWS, CHARLES E., Second ch , New- 
castle, Me., Dec. 21. 
JOHNSON, WILBUR, Royalston, Mass., 
Sept. 19. 



LINDSAY, PETER, Seneca Falls, N. Y. Dec. 
26. 

SLOCUM, WILLIAM F., Union ch., Salis- 
bury, Mass., Dec. 23. 

SPENCER, DAVID B., Storrs ch., Cincinnati, 
O., Sept. 11. 

STILES, WILLIAM C, East ch., Brooklyn, 
N. ^ ., Dec. 27. 

THOMPSON, FRANK, Wilton, Ct., Nov. 7. 

WARD, EARL J., Grafton, Vt., Dec. 26. 

1884. 

ABBOTT, EPHRA1ME.P., Newport, N. H., 

March 1. 
ADRIANCE, S. WINCHESTER, Woodford's 

Corner, Me., Oct. 7. 
ALLEN, FRED L.,Walpole, N. H., June 23. 
ANDERSON, KERR C, Oshkosh, Wis., 

Jan. 21. 
AUSTIN, SAMUEL J., Second ch., Chicopee 

Falls, Mass., March 12. 
BACON, THOMAS R., D wight Place ch., 

New Haven, Ct., Dec. 10. 
BALCH, GILBERT B., Kingston, N. H., 

March 4. 
BALCOM, FREDERICK A., West Hartland 

Ct., May 25. 
BALDWIN, FRITZ W., Granby, Mass., 

Oct. 20. 
BARROWS, ALLEN C, Kent, O., March 31. 
BARTON, WALTER, First ch., LyLii, Mas*., 

Feb. 19. 
BENNETT, WILLIAM P., Ames, Io. 
BOSS, THOMAS M., Springfield, Vt., Nov. 13. 
BOYNTON, NEHEMIAH, Littleton, Mass., 

Sept. 8. 
BRA STOW, LEWIS O., d. d., First ch., Bur- 
lington, Vt., May 28. 
BREEDE D.,PAYSON,Eaton Rapids, Mich., 

Dec. 3. 
BRYANT, SAMUEL J., South Britain, Ct., 

July 1. 
CALHOUN, NEWELL M., Cleveland Heights, 

O., May 5. 
CL \RK, ALLEN, Bradford, Vt., Sept. 30. 
CLARK, GEORGE L., Shelburne, Mass.. 

April 13. 
CLARKE, ALMON T., Second ch , Crown 

Point, N. Y., Sept. 22. 
COLTON, THERON G., Hudson, Mich., 

Feb. 27. 
CONANT, CHARLES A., Pacific ch., St. 

Paul, Minn., March 3. 
COTE, THOMAS G. A., French ch., Lowell, 

Mass., Feb. 14. 
CRISTY, ALBERT B., Conway, M;iss, Nov. 5. 
DAVIS, WILLIAM II., Washington St. ch., 

Beverly, Mass., April '^3. 
DENNEN, STEPHEN R., Third ch., New 

Haven, Ct., April 1. 
DE RIEMER, WILLIAM E , Denmark, Io., 

June 12. 
DICKINSON, SAMUEL F., Cambridge, 111., 

July -A). 
EDDY.ZACHARY, d. d., First ch., Detroit, 

Aiich., May 2J. 



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ANNUAL RECORD. 



15 



ELDER, HUGH, Crombie St. ch., Salem, 
Mass., Juiy 2. 

FISKE. JOIINO., d. d., Winter St. ch., Bath, 
Me., Sept. 16. 

FOLSOM, OMAR W., First ch., Newbury, 
Mass., June 5. 

GAGE, WILLIAM L., Pearl St. ch., Hartford, 
Ct., Feb. 25. 

GAMMELL, SERENO D , Chestnut St. ch., 
Lynn, Mass , March 25. 

GORDON, GEORGE A., Second ch., Green- 
wich, Ct., March 25. 

GROVER, RICHARD B., Ludlow, Vt., 
March 3. 

HARLOW, LINCOLN, Putney, Vt., April 22. 
HARRIS, D. FISK, Columbia ch., Cincinnati, 
O., Feb. 19. 

HA WES, EDWARD, North ch., New Haven, 

Ct., Jan. 30. 
HILLS, AARON M., Ravenna, O., March 12. 
HOFFMAN, JOHN H., Henniker, N. H., 

Sept. 25. 
HOOD, GEORGE A., Pilgrim ch., Minneapo- 
lis, Minn., Jan. 14. 
HOWE, GEORGE M., Princeton, Mas*., Jan. 

31. 
HUNTINGTON, CHARLES W., Ellsworth, 

We., Nov. 25. 
IXGALLS, EDMOND C, South Paris, Me., 

Nov. 5. 
INGALLS, FRANCIS T., Atchison, Kan., 

June 24. 
JOHNSON, CHARLES C, Smyrna, N. Y., 

June 26. 
JONES, HAMPDEN" B., Fourth ch., Chilton- 

ville, Plymouth, Mass, April 8. 
JONES, JOHN, Lucas, O., Oct. 21. 
KINNEY, HENKY N., Fergus Falls, Minn., 

Feb. 10. 
LEE, FRANK T., Salt Lake City, Utah, 

March 19. 
MARTIN, GEORGE E., First ch., Brockton, 

Mass., July 28. 
MARTY, IVAN M., Rio Vista, Cal., Sept. 29. 
MEREDITH, RICHARD, East Hartford, Ct., 

Feb. 20. 
MILLER, GEORGE A., Moriah, N. Y., Aug. 

MOONEY, RODERICK J., Hyannis, Mass., 

Aug. 31. 
MORRIS, GEORGE, Alameda, Cal., M ly 26. 
MUNRUE, EGBERT X., First ch., Holyoke, 

Mass., March 6. 
MURPHY, WILLIAM J., Chester, Vt.,Qct. 31. 
NELSON, GKORGE W., Wauwatosa, Wis., 

March 18. 
OSGOOD, GEORGE W., Littleton, N. H., 

Oct. 2. 
PARR, JOHN H., Wilmette, 111., Oct. 27. 
PEABODY, ALBERT B., Stratham, N. H., 

June 25. 
PEASE, THEODORE C, West Lebanon, 

N. U.,Dec. 2. 
RAND, WILBUR F., Barnet, Vt., May 5. 

RANKIN, J. EAMES, D.D., First ch., Wash- 
ington, D. C, June 13. 



REDERUS, PIPKO, Holland Presb. ch. 

Alto, Wis., June 20. 
REED, ALBERT C, Manchester, Vt., Oct. 8 
RICHARDS, WILLIAM R., Central ch., 

Bath, Me., July 1. 

ROBINSON, STEPHEN H., Waitsfleld, Vt., 
Oct. 20. 

ROOT, F. STANLEY, Seymour, Ct., Nov. 18. 

SANBOKN, FRANCIS W, Central ch., 
Yarmouth, Me., May 28. 

SAVAGE, JOHN W., Tower Hill ch., Law- 
rence, Mass., Aug. 19. 

SELDEN, JOSEPH H., Methuen, Mass., 
May 16. 

SEWARD, DWIGHT M., D. D., Plymouth 
ch., Portland, Me., June 18. 

STERLING, GEORGE, Milton, N. H., 
April 3. 

STONE, CLARENDON A., Racine, Wis., 
Feb. 5. 

STRONG, DAVID A., Coleraine, Mass., 
Oct. 7. 

STURTEVANT, JULIAN M., Jb., Grin- 
nell, Io., Nov. 25. 

TAINTOR, CHARLES H., Milford, N. H., 
April 30. 

TAINTOR, JESSE F., De Witt, Io., May 21. 
TEAD. EDWARD S., Cumberland Mills, 
Me., April IS. 

TERIIUNE, EDWARD P., First ch., Spring- 
field, Mass., May 16. 

THRALL, GEORGE S., Park Street ch.,. 
Bridgeport, Ct., March 25. 

WETHERBY, CHARLES, Clinton, Mass , 
July 16. 

WILLIAMS, THOMAS P., Gilead, Me., and 

Shelburne, N. H., Oct. 22. 
WOLCOTT, WILLIAM E., Riverside ch., . 

Lawrence, Mass., Nov. 85. 



MINISTERS MARRIED, 1883. 

POPE, G. STANLEY, of Tougaloo, Miss., to 
Kate Koons, of Sulphur springs, O., at 
Lansing, Mich., Dec. 25. 

WILDEY, JOHN E., of Meredith Village, 
N. II., to Alice M. Colby, of Meriden, N. H., 

at Meriden, May 1. 

1884. 

ADAMS, DANIEL E., of Ashburnbam, 
Mass., to Marion E. Center, of Wilton, 
N. H.,at Wilton, Feb. 28. 

BARROWS, WALTER M., d. d., of New 
York. N. Y., to Mary Dewey, daughter of 
Rev. Thomas W. Jones, of Saratoga Springs, 
N. Y., at Saratoga Springs, Sept. 16. 

BEARD, EDWIN S., to Mary E. Bard, both 
of Brooklyn, Ct., at Brooklyn, June 2. 

BELL, ROBERT C, of Broad Brook, Ct., to 
Uattie B. Stowe, of Scitico, Ct., at Scitico, 
April 15. 

BIRD, GEORGE H., of South Chicago, 111 , 
to Carrie E. Hall, of Plymouth, N. H , at 
Plymouth, June 26. 

BISSELL, ARTHUR D., of the Maratha Mis- 
sion, to Ellen E. Gower, of New Haven, Ct., 
at New Haven, May 12. 



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BLTSS, WILLIAM D. P., of South Natick, 
Mass., to Mary A. Pangalo, of Constantino- 
ple, at South Kensington, London, June 30. 

BRANCH, EDWIN T., of Somerset, Mich., 
to Mrs. Hannah M. Burt, of Homer, Mich., 
at Homer, Sept. 2. 

BUTLER, ELMER W., of Mitchell, Io., to 
Carrie A., daughter of Rev. Henry M. Tup- 
per, of Ontario, 111., at Ontario, Sept. 30. 

CARTER, CHARLES F., of Manchester, 
N. H., to Harriett F. Herrick, of Chicopee 
Falls, Mass., at Chicopee Falls, May 28. 

CHITTENDEN, EZRA P., of Sioux City, 
lo., to Lizzie L.Stowe, of Waterville, Minn., 
Aug. 13. 

CLARK, ALBERT W , of Prague, Austria, 
to Ruth Elizabeth, daughter of Rev. James 
l'irie, of Scotlaud, at Prague, March 20. 

COLTON, ALFRED E., of Edinburgh, O.. to 
Clara E. P., daughter of Rev. M. Henry 
Smith, of Reading, Kan., at Reading, July 
13. 

COYLE, JOHN P., of New York, N. Y., to 
Mary Allerton, daughter of the late Kev. 
C. L. Cushman, at Amherst, Mass , Feb. 7. 

DANIELS, CHARLES II., of Portland, Me., 
to Mary L. Underwood, at Tollaud, Ct., 
May 28. 

DEMARKST, SYDNEY B., of Baldwin, 

Muli., to Georgie A. Reed, of Grinnell, Io., 

at Grinnell, July 16. 
DOANE, JOHN, to Alice W. Cowles, both of 

Cleveland, O., at Cleveland, Oct. 30. 
EMERSON, Prof. JOSEPH, of Beloit, Wis., 

to Helen F. Brace, of Evanston, 111., at Ev- 

anston, July 9. 
FAY, W. WALCOTT, of Hampton, N. H., 

to Mrs. Sallie II. Cox, of Arlington, Mass., 

at Hampton, Aug. 31. 
FIELD, AARON W., of New Boston, Mass., 

to Alice Braman, of Wayland, Mass., at 

Wayiand, Nov. 19. 
FIFIELD, CHARLES W., of Harrisville, 

N. Y., to Florence E. Babcock, of Cham- 
pion, N. Y., at Champion, July 31. 
GA.MMELL, SEREXO D., late of Lynn, 

Mass., to Emma L. Porter, at North Brook- 

lield, Mass., April 2. 
GRIFFIN, HENRY L., to LucyF. Pickering, 

both of Bangor, Me, at Bangor, Sept. IS. 
HAMLIN, CYRUS, of Oak Park, 111., to 

Lydia S. Han is, of Los Angeles, Cal., at 

Sioux City, Io., Oct. 1. 
HEU3TI8, CHARLES H., of De Witt, Io., to 

Esther Hollings worth, at DeWitt. Oct. 5. 
HOYT, HIRAM L., of Ph.enix, N. Y.. to Rose 

M. Forbes, of Wyoming, N. Y., at Wyoming, 

June 11. 
HUBBARD, GEORGE H , missionary to 

China, to Nellie L., daughter of the late Rev. 

L. B. Peet, at West Haven, Ct., July 25. 
HINT, EUGENE F., of Hamilton, Minn., to 

Mary A., daughter of Rev. L. H. Cobb, 

D.D., of New York, at New York, Sept. 8. 
HUNTER, GEORGE F., of Elkhorn. Wis., 

i<> Abbie H. Avres, of Galesburtc, 111., at 

Peoria, 111., June 16. 

INGALLS, EDMOND C, of South Paris, 
Me., to Ella J. Cloudman, of Saccarappa, 
Me., at Saccarappa, Feb. 13. 



JENKINS, DAVID T., to Mary L. Millber- 
ger, both of Carbondale, Pa., at Carbondale, 
Sept 10. 

JENKINS, FRANK E., to Sarah E. Stanley, 
both of South Coventry, Ct., at South Cov- 
entry, Aug. 12. 

LIVERMORE, ALBERT, of Nashville, 
Mich., to Mrs. Mary K. Bell, of New Rich- 
mond, Wis., at New Richmond, Aug. 9. 

LOVE, WM. De LOSS, Jr., of Boston, Mass., 
to Mary Louise Hale, of Keene, N. H., at 
Keene, Oct 30. 

MARKHAM, HENRY F., of Argentine, 
Kan., to Corie B. Sherman, of Douglas, 
Mass., at Stockton, Kan., Feb. 12. 

McCONAUGHY, FRANK, of Salem, Or., to 
Helen M. Loomis, of Oberlin, O., at Spo- 
kane Falls, W. T., Aug. 5. 

McKEAN, JOHN, to Ruth Parker, both of 
Herndon, Va., at Herndon, Sept. 10. 

MORGAN, LEWIS, of Soddy, Tenn., to 
Lizzie Lewis, late of Wales, at Hyde Park, 
Pa., Sept. 8. 

MORRISON, SAMUEL, of Falmouth, Mass., 
to Mrs. Rachel F. Collins, of Truro, Mass., 
at Truro, Sept. 17. 

MORSE, CHAULES H., of Rock Rapids, Io., 
to Nora C. Nelson, of Woodbury, Vt., at 
Woodbury, June 18. 

MURKLANI), CHARLES S., of Chicopee, 
Mass., to Helen M. Tupper, of Middlebury, 
Vt., at Middlebury, July 3u. 

NOYES, EDWARD M.. of Duluth, Minn., 
to Mary C. Simpson, of Bath, Me., at Bath, 
JulyS. 

PniLLIPS, SAMUEL, of Shelby, Mich., to 
Meliuda Shadduck, of Novi, Mich., at Novi, 
March 7. 

SCHAUFFLER, ADOLPHUS F., of New 
York, N. Y., to Julia Baker, of Elizabeth, 
N. J., at St. Moritz, Swit., Aug. 27. 

SKEELK, ARTHUR F., of Augusta, Me., to 
Alice Bollard, of Hartford, Ct., at Hartford, 
March 27. 

TAYLOR, WILLIAM, of Henrietta, N. Y., to 
Mary L. Miller, of Lexington, O., at Lex- 
ington, May 30. 

TINKER, ANSON P., of Detroit, Mich., to 
Mrs. Kate Longman, of Brooklyn, N. Y., at 
Denver, Col., Nov. 25. 

TODD, HENRY C, of Pesbtigo, Wis., to 
Ella May Cushman, of Pittsfield, Wis., at 
Green Bay, Wis., Jan. 29. 

VETTER, JOHN, of Crocker, Mo., to Mrs. 
Julia A. Kellogg, of Oberlin, O., at Oberlin, 
Sept. 9. 

WALKER, JOSEPH N., of East St. Johns- 
bury, Vt., to Mary Clayton, of Warwick, 
England, at North Troy, Vt., Feb. 28. 

WALLACE, GEORGE R.,to Nettie Forister, 
both of Highland, 111., at Highland, Oct. 23. 

WHITBY, HENRY, of Shamokin, Pa., to 
Martha Griffiths, of Dowlars, South Wales, 
at Brooklyn, N. Y., Sept. 15. 

WOODARD, FRANCIS, of Gridley, 111 , to 
Angie C. Walls, of Bedford, lnd , at Bed- 
ford, Oct. 22. 

WOODRUFF, HENRY C, to Mary Allen 
Barttani, both of Black Roek, Ct., at Black 
Rock, Oct. 15. 



1885.] VITAL STATISTICS. 17 

VITAL STATISTICS 

OF THE 

CONGREGATIONAL MINISTERS 
Who died in the Year 1884. 



Aiken, William Pope, son of Capt. Lemuel S. and Sarah (Coffin) Aiken, 
was born in Fairhaven, Mass., 1825, July 9. Monson Academy. Graduated, 
Yale College,1853. Teacher, New Haven, 1853-5. Tutor and student in Yale 
Theological Seminary, 1855-6. Ordained, colleague pastor with Rev. Dr. 
Brace, Newington, Ct., 1857, Jan. 14; dismissed, 18G7, Aug. 7. Principal, 
Lawrence Academy, Groton, Mass., 1867-9. Without charge, Rutland, Vt., 
1870-3. Installed, Vergenues, 1873, April 9. Without charge, Clifton Springs, 
N. Y., 1876-8; Rutland, Vt., 1878, until death. Married, 1857, Aug. 13, Susan 
Curtis, daughter of Edwin and Susan (Curtis) Egerton, of Rutlaud, Vt. Two 
sous and two daughters. Died, 1884, March 29, aged 58 years, 8 months, and 
20 days. 

Alden, Lucius, son of Nathan and Sarah (Barrell) Alden, was born in East 
Bridgewater, Mass., 1796, June 18. Graduated, Brown University, 1821, and 
Audover Theological Seminary, 1825. Ordained, Boston, 1825, Sept. 29. 
Home missionary, Dearborn County, Ind., 1825-30. Acting pastor, Abiug- 
ton, Mass., 1830, until iustalled there, 1832, Dec. 5; dismissed, 1843, June 
27. Acting pastor, East Bridgewater, 1S43-4; Lancaster, 1845; Newcastle, 
N. H., 1846, to April, 1873. Without charge, East Bridgewater, until death. 
Died of old age, 1884, April 24, aged 87 years, 10 months, and 6 days. 

Baldwin, Curtis Chittenden, son of Samuel and Sally (Dunn) Baldwin, 
was born in Atwater, Ohio, 1824, May 1. Austinburg Academy. School teacher, 
1841-51. Studied theology with Rev. James B. Walker, d. d., Mansfield, Ohio, 
1450-3. Acting pastor, West Monroeville, Ohio, 1853-4. Ordained, Ridgeville, 
1855, June 13 ; dismissed, 1860, Jan. 16. Acting pastor, Browuhelm, 1860, Jan- 
uary, to 1866, January; Sullivan, 1866, January, to 1871, September. Home 
missionary, Benzonia, Mich , 1872-5, preaching at Williamsburg, Yuba, Old 
Mission, Mapleton, Elk Lake, Glen Haven, Grand View, Solon, and Almeria. 
Acting pastor, Sullivan, Ohio, 1876, February, to 1878, April; Pittsfield, 1878, 
April, to 1881, April; Sheffield, 1881, June, to 1883, November, residing at 
Oberlin. Married, 1851, Oct. 30, Martha Jane, daughter of Samuel and Mary 
Ann Smith, of Mansfield, Ohio. Four children. Died of dyspepsia and spinal 
schlerosis at Oberlin, 1884, May 22, aged 60 years and 21 days. 

Bartlett, Leavitt, son of Seth and Asenath (Huggins) Bartlett, was born 
in Coventry, Vt., 1837, Aug. 14. Studied law, and practised that profession 
in Irasburgh, Vt., 1859-63. Graduated, Bangor Theological Seminary, 1865. 
Ordained, at Bangor, 1865, July 27. Acting pastor, Kansas City, Mo , 1865-8 ; 
North Bennington, Vt., 1868-70; Jersey City, N. J., 1870. Installed, Yar- 
mouth, Me., 1871, Sept. 14; resigned, 1873, Aug. 2; dismissed, 1875, March 3. 



18 CONGREGATIONAL YEAR-BOOK. [1885. 

Acting pastor (while in business at Kansas City), Olathe, Kansas, 1874-78. 
Without charge, Clifton, 1878-9; Kansas City, Mo., 1870-83. Superintendent 
Home Missions, Albuquerque, N. M., 1883, until death. Married, 1865, Nov. 
29, Emily J., daughter of Rev. William and Caroline (Chamberlain) Scales, 
of Lyndon, Vt. Two daughters. Died of consumption, at San Bernadino, 
Cal , 1884, March 9, aged 4G years, 6 months, and 26 days. 

Batcheldkr, John Stockman, son of John and Rebecca (Stockman) 
Batchelder, was born in Hampton, N. H., 1825, Nov. 29. Hampton Academy. 
Graduated, Williams College, 1852, and Andover Theological Seminary, 1856. 
Ordained, Jaffrey, N. H., 1858, Oct. 20; dismissed, 1864, Sept. 7. Acting 
pastor, West Springfield, Mass., 1865. Installed, Hinsdale, N. H., 1866, 
March 7; dismissed, 1871, Dec. 5. Installed, Webster, Mass., 1871, Dec. 7; 
dismissed, 1874, Sept. 7. Acting pastor, Hampton, N. H., 1875, April, to 
1878, April; Kingston ^ residence at Stratham), 1879-81; West Auburn, Me , 
18S2, April, until death. Published, 1874, a small pamphlet containing two 
poems, "The True American" and "Our Heroes." Married, 1862, Sept. 17, 
Mary W., daughter of Dea. Abel and Cordelia (Berry) Baker, of Troy, N. H. 
Died of bronchial consumption, 1884, Jan. 27, aged 58 years, 9 months, and 
28 days. 

Bean, Daniel Marks, son of Daniel Quinby and Ann (Trickey) Bean, was 
born in Tamworth, N. H , 1832, March 30. Kimball Union Academy. Gradu- 
ated, Yale College, 1858, and Andover Theological Seminary, 1862. Teacher, 
Stamford, Ct., 1858-9. Ordained, 1863, July 23. Acting pastor, Ayer (then 
Groton Junction), Mass., 1863-4. Installed, Everett (then South Maiden), 
1861, June 28; dismissed, 1867, Oct. 1. Installed, Webster, 1868, Dec. 10; 
dismissed, 1871, May 25. Without charge, 1871-2. Acting pastor, South 
Framingham, 1873-9. Without charge, Newtonville, 1881-3; Colorado 
Springs, Colorado, 1883, until death. Member of Massachusetts Legislature, 
1867, and superintendent of schools, Framingham. Married, 1863, May 27, 
Fanny M., daughter of Seymour and Fanny (Stevens) Hoyt, of Stamford, Ct. 
Four daughters. Died of consumption, 18S4, Jan. 23, aged 51 years, 9 months, 
and 23 days. 

Beldkn, Henry, son of William and Abigail (H itch) Belden, was born in 
Greenfield, Ct., 1813, April 9. Graduated, Union College, 1835, and student 
Andover Theological Seminary, 1835-6; Princeton Theological Seminary 7 
1836-7. Graduated, Union Theological Seminary, 1838. Acting pastor, Go- 
wanus, N. Y., 1838. Ordained Presbyterian, Marlboro, N. Y., 1839, May 2 ; dis- 
missed, 1840, Nov. 15 Acting pastor, Windsor, 1841; Washingtonville, 
1841-4. Installed, Congregational Church, Boouton, N. Y., 1844; dis- 
missed, 1846. Installed, Washingtonville, 1846; dismissed, 1852. Installed, 
Free Church, New York City, 1852; dismissed, 1856. City missionary, 
Brooklyn, 1856-6'J. Without charge, New Providence, N. Y., 1866-8. In- 
stalled, Parkville, N. Y., 1868; dismissed, 1871, Aug. 20. Without charge 
there, after. Recording Secretary of American Missionary Association, 
1854-74. Married, 1839, Jan. 1, Caroliue, daughter of Benaiah Humphrey and 
Eunice (Fancher) Wilcox, of New York, who died, 1883, Dec. 7. Of six chil- 
dren, four are living. Died of paralysis in New York City, 1884, June 24, 
aged 71 years, 2 months, and 15 days. 



1885.] VITAL STATISTICS. 19 

Bexson, Almon, son of Ebenezer and Cynthia (Gloyd) Benson, was born 
in Jericho, Vt., 1810, June 3. Graduated, Gilraanton (N. H.) Theological 
Seminary, 1840. Orel lined, Centre Harbor, 1840, Dec. 23 ; dismissed, 1863, 
Nov. 10. Without charge there until death. Married, 1S41, May 11, Julietta, 
daughter of Joseph and Silence (Richards) Kingsbury, of Francestown, N. H., 
who died 1843, Jan. 11. Married, 1845, March 13, Rhoda A., daughter of 
Samuel J. and Nancy (Cowles) Roys, of Landaff, N. H. One son and three 
daughters. Died of liver complaint, 1884, Sept. 13, aged 74 years, 3 months, 
and 10 days. 

Blake, Henry Beach, son of Harry and Hannah M. (Beach) Blake, was 
born in Winchester, Ct., 1817, May 20. Graduated, Williams College, 1841, 
and Hartford Theological Seminary (then East Windsor), 1844. Ordained, 
South Coventry, Ct., 1845, Jan. 1 ; dismissed, 1848, September. Installed, Vil- 
lage Church, same town, 1850, May 15; dismissed, 1855, March. Installed, 
Belchertown, Mass., 1855, June 26; dismissed, 1865, April 24. Agent Massa- 
chusetts Temperance Alliance, 1866. Missionary, American Missionary Asso- 
ciation, Wilmington, N. C, 1869-73; superintendent of schools there, 1873- 
6. Acting pastor, First Church, West Springfield, Mass., 1877-9. Installed, 
Cummiugton, 1880, Jan. 14, and died in office. Member of the Massachusetts 
House of Representatives, 1869. Published: (1) Noon of the Century. (2) 
The White-Robed Company. Married, 1845, Sept. 23, Mary Rebecca Wolcott, 
of Agawam, Mass. One son. Died of chronic bronchitis, 1884, May 23, 
aged 67 years and 3 days. 

Brown, George, son of Jonathan and Dorothea (French) Brown, was born 
in Seekonk, Mass., 1796, Jan. 20. Graduated, Bangor Theological Seminary, 
1827. Acting pastor, Brownflelcl, Me., 1828-9; Mt. Desert, 1830-2. Ordained, 
at Castine, Me., 1832, Sept. 20. Acting pastor, Windsor, Monticello, and 
other towns; Swanville, 1836, until installed there, 1837, Sept. 27; dismissed, 
1840, April 1. Acting pastor, Albion, 1841, April, to 1844, July; Dightou, 
Mass., 1844-5. Without chargp, Pawtucket, R. I , 1848-79; Hudson, Mass., 
after, until death. Married, 1829, Oct. 15, Mehetable, daughter of William 
and Alice (Crane) Allan, of Lubec, Me., who died 1879, May 23. Two chil- 
dren. Died of ossification of the veins, 1884, Sept. 24, aged 88 years, 8 
mouths, and 4 days. 

Carpenter, Henry, son of Isaac and Samantha (Goodwin) Carpenter, was 
bom in Vernon, N. Y., 1822, Nov. 25. Ithaca Academy. Pursued a course 
of medical study with Dr. Thompson, of Albany, and at Albany Medical Col- 
lege. Clerk, Peoria, 111., 1850-8. Oberlin Theological Seminary, 1838-9. 
Acting pastor, Nichols, N. Y., 1860; Danby, 1861-2. Ordained, Prairie Du 
Chien, Wis., 1864, March 2. Acting pastor there 1863, July, to 1866, August; 
New Lisbon, 1866-8. Without charge, Danby, N. Y., 1869, and acting pastor 
there 1870-2; Smyrna, 1872-3. Without charge, Danby and Clifton Springs, 
1873-5. Acting pastor, Carlton Presbyterian Church, 1875-81; Maine, 1881, 
until death. Married, 1864, May 16, Sarah, daughter of Oscar and Adelia 
(Judson) Jennings, of Danby, N. Y., who died, 1872, March 25, leaving one 
daughter. Married, 1875, Aug. 25, Anna M., daughter of Abel and Laura 
(Allis) Darling, of Orwell, Pa. One sou, deceased. Died of heart disease, 
1884, Jan. 26, aged 61 years, 2 months, and 1 day. 



20 CONGREGATIONAL YEAR-BOOK. [1885. 

Clapp, Charles Wells, son of Russell and Lovisa (Strong) Clapp, was 
born in Southampton, Mass., 1817, Jan. 22. Graduated, theological depart- 
ment of Western Reserve College, 1844, and Theological Seminary, 1848. Or- 
dained, Presbyterian, Monroeville, Ohio, 1850, Aug. 21. Installed, Cheshire, 
Ct., 1855, May 22; dismissed, 1857, May. Installed, Rockville Second 
Church, in Vernon, 1857, May 20; dismissed, 1864, Oct. 1. Professor of 
Rhetoric, History, and English Literature, Iowa College, 1864-71 ; also acting 
pastor, Chester, Iowa, 186 . Professor of same, Illinois College, 1871-6, and 
acting pastor, Waverly, 111., 1871-8. Acting pastor, Independent Church, 
Godfrey, 111., 1878, until death. Married, 1849, Aug. 16, Jennie Pray, daugh- 
ter of John and Nancy (Lee) Bassett, of New Haven, Ct. Of five children, 
two sons and two daughters are living. Died of apoplexy, 1884, Aug. 12, 
aged 67 years, 6 months, and 20 days. 

Clarke, Dortjs, d. d., son of Jonathan and Jemima (Lyman) Clarke, was 
born in Westhampton, Mass., 1797, Jan. 2. Graduated, Williams College, 
1817, and Andover Theological Seminary, 1820. Ordained, Blandford, Mass., 
1823, Feb. 5; dismissed, 1825, Feb. 17. Installed, Chicopee Falls, Spring- 
field, 1835, March 4 ; dismissed, 1840, Nov. 4. Editor, New England Puritan, 
1841-5; Christian Parlor Magazine, 1845-7 ; Christian Times, 1815-51. Chris- 
tian Alliance and Family Visitor. Received the honorary d. d. from his 
Alma Mater in 1S68. Member of New England Historical Genealogical 
Society. Published: (1) The True Foundation of Christian Hope; sermon 
at the ordination of Tertius S. Clarke, his brother, at South Deerfield, Mass , 
1827. (2) Lectures to Young People, 1836; 12mo, pp. 222. (3) Sermon: 
Funeral of William L. Wyman, 1839. (4) Evangelists: a tract, pp. 16. (5) 
Fugitives from the Escritoire of a Retired Editor, 1864. pp. 235. (6) West- 
hampton Reunion, 18C6. pp. 85. (7) The Oneness of the Christian Church, 
1869. pp. 105. (8) Orthodox Congregationalism and the Sects, 1871. pp. 
169. (9) Revision, 1874. pp. 70. (10) Life and Writings of M. Guizot, 
1875. pp. 14. (11) Ancestry and Writings [privately printed], 1876. pp. 25. 
(12) What is the True Idea of the Trinity of God? 1877. pp. 18. (13) One 
Hundred Years of a New England Church, 1879. pp. 60. (14) " Saying the 
Catechism," 1879. pp.46. (15) Centenary Memorial, Westhampton, Mass., 
1879. pp. 65. (16) Open Letter to Rev. Dr. Crosby, 1881. pp. 14. (17) The 
Alleged Progress in Theology, 1883. pp. 29. Married, 1824, May 20, Han- 
nah Alvard, daughter of Gad and Deborah (Alcott) Bliss, of Longmeadow, 
Mass., who died 1878. Five children. Died, 1884, March 8, aged 87 years, 2 
months, and 6 da3"s. 

Cornwell, Isaac Darrow, son of Samuel and Polly (Darrow) Cornwell, 
was born in Walton, N. Y., 1806, June 6. Graduated Oberlin Theological 
Seminary, 1838. Ordained, 1838, and after some years of home-missionary 
service, was pastor of the Presbyterian Church at the " head of the Delaware," 
New York, seven years ; of the church in Hancock, seven years ; and of the 
church in Coventry, seven years. In 1865, he returned to the Hancock Church, 
which had become Congregational, where he was acting pastor until 1879. 
Married Maria Merritt, of Michigan, who died soon after her husband. They 
adopted three children. Died at Cadosia, N. Y., of Bright's disease, 1881, 
Dec. 13, aged 75 years, 5 months, and 7 days. 



1885.] VITAL STATISTICS. 21 

Dickinson, Jambs Taylor, sou of Horace and Mary Ann (Taylor) Dickin- 
son, was born in Lovvville, N. Y., 1806, Oct. 27. Graduated, Yale College, 
1826, and Yale Theological Seminary, 1830. Member Andover Theological 
Seminary, 1827-9. Ordained, Second Church, Norwich, Ct., 1832, April 4; 
dismissed, 1834, Aug. 20. Medical student, Boston, and Brunswick, Me., 
1834-5. Missionary, A. B C. F. M , at Singapore, in the East Indies, 1835- 
40. Teacher, Singapore Institution, 1840-3; residence, after, at Middlefleld, 
Ct., where he was teacher and occasional preacher, 1845-56. Published : (1) 
An Anti-Slavery Sermon, Norwich, 1834. pp. 40. (2) A brief memoir of 
Rev. George H. Perkins. (3) The Malay Language ; article in Apple- 
ton's Cyclopaedia. (4) Articles in Christian Examiner and Chinese Repository. 
Married, 1832, Nov. 21, Mary, daughter of Samuel and Elizabeth (Whelpley) 
Hickok, of Burlington, Vt., who died, 1834, April 6. Married, 1845, May 15, 
Sarah Comstock, daughter of Dea. William and Alma (Coe) Lyman, of Mid- 
dlefleld. Died of paralysis, 18S4, July 22, aged 77 years, 8 months, and 25 
clays. 

Dole, George Thurlow, son of Moses and Sarah (Thurlow) Dole, was 
born in Byfleld, Newbury, Mass., 1808, Oct. 30. Dummer Academy. Gradu- 
ated, Yale College, 1838; Yale Theological Seminary, 1838-40. Graduated, 
Andover Theological Seminary, 1841. Ordained, Washington Street Church, 
Beverly, Mass., 1842, Oct. 6; dismissed, 1851, July 1. Installed, North 
Woburn, 1852, Oct. 12; dismissed, 1855, Oct. 3. Acting pastor, Lanesboro, 
1856, July, to 1863, July. Teacher, Williams Academy, Stockbridge, 1863-4. 
Acting pastor, Curtisville, in Stockbridge, 1864, April, to 1872, April; Stock- 
bridge and South Lee, 1872-5. Without charge, Reading, Mass., 1875, until 
death. Published: (1) A Class Poem. (2) Poem, before the Yale Phi Beta 
Kappa, 1868. (3) A Sermon in Memory of Dr. Joseph Torrey, Beverly, 1850. 
Married, 1843, May 10, Jane P. Treat, of South Britain, Ct. Of four children, 
two daughters are living. Died of acute bronchitis, 1884, March 26, aged 75 
years, 4 months, and 26 days. 

Dow, Ezekiel, son of James and Hannah (Merrill) Dow, was born in 
Warren, N. H., 1807, Apiil 9. Haverhill Academy. Universalist miuister 
until 1842, in St Johnsbury, Vt., Newport and Concord, N. H. Ordained, 
Congregational, Loudon, N. H., 1845, Feb. 12; dismissed, 1847, June 9. 
Resident licentiate, Andover, Mass., 1847-9. Acting pastor, South Wellfleet, 
1852-5; Monument, 1855-8; Chiltonville, Plymouth, 1859. Installed, Line- 
brook, Ipswich, I860, Dec. 25; dismissed. 1866, Nov. 14. Acting pastor, 
Nelson, N. H., 1866-7; Andover, Ct., 1867-8; Huntington, Mass., 1869-71; 
Becket, 1872-5. Without charge there, 1875-9; Warren, N. H., 1879, until 
death. Died of Bright's disease, 1884, Feb. 5, aged 76 years, 9 months, and 
26 days. 

Downs, Edward Clinton, son of David Griffin and Permelia (Cook) 
Downs, was born in Prattsburg, N. Y., 1829, July 4. Ordained at Troy Mills, 
Iowa, 1871. Acting pastor there, 1869-74 ; Cass, 1874-5; National, supplying 
churches Farmersburg and Garnavillo, 1875-9; Garden Prairie, Dakota, 
1879, until death. Published : Four Years, Scout and Spy. Married, 1852, 
March 2, Eliza, daughter of William aud Eliza Reed, of Newton Falls, Iowa. 
Seven children. Died of pneumonia, 1884, March 15, aged 54 years, 8 months, 
aud 11 days. 



22 CONGREGATIONAL YEAR-BOOK. [1885. 

Dudley, Horace Franklin, son of Abner and Mary Patterson (Hoyt) 
Dudley, was born in Hanover, N. II., 1832, Jan. 30. Kimball Union Academy. 
Graduated, Dartmouth College, 1859, and Auburn Theological Seminary, 
1862; member Union Theological Seminary, 1859-60. Acting pastor, Presby- 
terian, South Trenton, N. Y., 1862-5. Ordained, 1865, Sept. 6. Acting 
pastor, Paris, N. Y., 1865-7; Morrisville, 1867-73. Installed, Warsaw, 
1874, Feb. 26, and died in office. Published various sermons and ad- 
dresses (of which this is an imperfect record) : " The Reasonableness of 
Religion"; a sermon, 1873; "Counsels to the Young"; "Growing Old"; 
" Secular Benefits of Religious Institutions " ; " The Gospel of Service " ; "A 
Thanksgiving Sermon " ; "A Grand Army Address " ; " The Proper Attitude of 
the Church towards the Temperance Reform," and a Poem, " A Venetian 
Imagination." Married, 1862, Sept. 19, Josephine, daughter of Nathaniel 
and Mary (Chaplin) Lamson, of Charlestowu, Mass. Two sons. Died of a 
malignant tumor, 1884, May 4, aged 52 years, 3 months, and 4 days. 

Events, Reubex, son of Timothy and Charlotte (Baxter) Everts, was born 
in Belleville, O., 1831, Nov. 20. Ordained, Baptist, at Waltham, 111., 1858, 
Sept. 30, where he was pastor, and after at Fulton, until 1864. Acting 
pastor, Congregational Church, Rutland, 1864-9; Alexandria, Minn., 1869-71; 
Leroy, Mich., 1871, August, to 1873. Without charge, 1873-5. Acting pastor, 
Ranson, 1875-6; Battle Cieek, 1876-8; Roscommon, 1878-9. Without charge, 
Battle Creek, after. Married, 185.', April 18, Elizabeth Hawthorn, daughter 
of Rev. Benjamin and Mary (Hawthorn) Cope, of Princeton, 111. Died from 
the effects of an accidental fall, 18S4, Feb. 17, aged 52 years, 2 months, and 
27 days. 

Fisher, George Whitefield, son of John and Almira (King) Fisher, was 
born in Cambridge, N. Y., 1831, Dec. 25. Graduated, Yale College, 1859, and 
Theological Seminary, 1865. Teacher, Charlotteville, N. Y., and at Fort 
Edward Institute, 1859-62. Ordaiued, Saugerties, N. Y., 1865, Nov. 23; dis- 
missed, 1868, January. Acting pastor, Peacedale, R. I., 1868, until installed 
there, 1872, July 24; dismissed, 1880, Oct. 11. Without charge, St. Louis, 
Mo., 1881-2. Acting pastor, Cameron, 1883, January, until death. Married, 
1863, July 1, Ella, daughter of John and Catherine (Bozorth) Westcott, of 
Waterford, N. J. Two sons. Died of consumption, in Berlin, N. J., 1884, 
July 12, aged 52 years, 6 mouths, and 17 days. 

Foster, Amos, sou of Richard and Esther (Jewell) Foster, was born in 
Salisbury, N. H., 1797, March 30. Kimball Union Academy, Meriden. 
Graduated, Dartmouth College, 1822, and studied theology with President 
Tyler and Prof. Shurtleff. Ordained, Canaan, N. H., 1825, March 2; dis- 
missed, 1833, Jan. 2. Installed, Putney, Vt., 1833, Feb. 13; dismissed, 1853, 
Sept. 21. Installed, Ludlow, 1853, Nov. 9; dismissed, 1856, Dec. 30. In- 
stalled, Acworth, N. H., 1857, Feb. 18; dismissed, 1866, June 13. Acting 
pastor, Putney, Vt., 1866-72, December. Without charge there after. Pub- 
lished : (1) A Thanksgiving Sermon, 1827. (2) A Discourse to Young Men, 
1836. (3) Sermon at the Ordination of Rev. E. B. Foster, Henniker, N. H, 
1841. Married, 1825, June 29, Harriet A., daughter of Rev. Broughton and 
Ruth (Sabin) White, of Washington, N. H., who died, 1882, Oct. 18. Of 
seven children, two sons and three daughters are living. Died of old age, 
18S4, Sept. 22, aged 87 years, 5 months, and 22 clays. 



188".] VITAL STATISTICS. 23 

Goodyear, George, was born in Hamden, Ct. , 1801, Dec. 9. Bacon 
Academy, Colchester. Graduated, Yale College, 1824, and Theological Semi- 
nary, 1872. Ordained at New Haven, 1828, July 22. Acting pastor, Gaines, 
N. Y., 1828-30; East Windsor, Ct., 1831-2. Installed, Ashburnham, Mass., 
1832, Oct. 10; dismissed, 1841, Oct. 10. Installed, Rensselaerville, N. Y., 
1842, Feb. 1; dismissed, 1843, Sept. 1. Acting pastor, Truro, Mass., 1846-9. 
Installed, South Royalston, 1849, Dec. 19; dismissed, 1854, May 16. Installed, 
Temple, N. H., 1855, April 28; dismissed, 1865, Oct. 25. Without charge 
there after. Member of the New Hampshire Legislature. Manied, 1830, 
May 3, Elizabeth, daughter of Hon. Robert Anderson, of Gaines, N. Y. She 
was mother of three children, and died, 1844, Eeb. 28. Married, 1844, Dec. 18, 
Roxana, daughter of Dea. L. S. Rand, of Townshend, Vt. Died of consump- 
tiod, 1884, Nov. 18, aged 82 years, 11 months, and 9 days. 

Hickok, Henry Pearl, son of Samuel and Hannah (Collard) Hickok, was 
born in Burlington, Vt., 1804, Aug. 27. Graduated, University of Vermont, 
1827. Student in Yale Theological Seminary, 1827-9, and Andover Theologi- 
cal Seminary, 1829-30. Ordained, 1832, June 25. Acting pastor, Georgia, 
Vt., 1831-2, and Peru, N. Y., 1833-5. Engaged in business after, in Burliui:- 
ton, succeeding his father in the Arm of Hickok & Catliu ; became director 
and president of the Merchants' Bank, trustee of his Alma Mater after 1852, 
and member of the executive committ>-e of the same, eighteen years. Repre- 
sentative from Burlington in the Legislature, 1852. Married, 1834, Sept. 22, 
Maria, daughter of Ozias and Abigail (Catlin) Buell, of Litchfield, Ct., who 
died, 1881, July 25. One daughter, who married Rev. Andrew J. Willard, of 
Burlington. Died of B right's disease, 1884, Aug. 9, aged 79 years, 11 months, 
and 12 days. 

Houghton, Amasa Hendricic, m. d., son of Amasa and Polly (Haskins) 
Houghton, was born in Springfield, Vt., 1801, Oct. 9. Local preacher, 
Bethel, Vt , 1824. Ordained, Elder, Methodist, at Lynn, Mass., 1828, July 
25. Travelled in New England and New Hampshire Conferences, 1824-33. 
Studied medicine and practised at Springfield, Vt., 1835-41. Some years in 
the South. Lansing, Iowa, 1856. Became a Congregationalist, 1863, and was 
chaplain in the army, 1864. Home missionary and in medical practice until 
1875 Married, 1828, Nov. 3, Charity S., daughter of Thomas and (Leslie) 
Ormsby, of Bradford, Vt., who died, 1854, Sept. 11, having had three children. 
Married, 1856, Dec. 3, Eunice, daughter of Andrew and Sarah (Storrs) Bar- 
rows, of Mansfield, Ct. One son. Died of old age, in Lansing, Iowa, 1884, 
July 23, aged 82 years, 9 months, and 14 days. 

Howe, Elbridge Gerry, son of Jonah H. and Lydia (Warren) Howe, was 
born in Paxton, Mass., 1799, Aug. 14. Leicester Academy. Graduated, 
Brown Univerity, 1821, and Andover Theological Seminary, 1824. Ordained, 
at South Wilbraham, Mass., 1824, Oct. 6. Home missionary, Illinois, 1824-7. 
Without charge, Massachusetts, 1828-9. Acting pastor, Unity, N. H., 1830. 
Installed, Southwick, Mass., 1831, Jan. 26; dismissed, 1832, May 23. In- 
stalled, Halifax, 1832, Nov. 15; dismissed, 1835, Dec. 21. Acting pastor, 
East Marsh-field, 1836-8. Home missionary, Hickory Creek and vicinity, 111., 
1839-42; Liberty ville and vicinity, 1842-4; Woodstock, Hebron, and vicinity, 
1845-9. Without charge, Waukegan, 111., 1850-69; Paxton, Mass., 1869-82; 



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Waukegan, 111., 1882, until death. Married, 1825, Aug. 14, Mary Ann, daugh- 
ter of Capt. Thomas Hollis and Mary (Aboru) Condy, of Providence, R. I., 
who died, 1858, Aug. 12, leaving one son aDd two daughters. Married, 1859, 
March 4, Mary Soule, daughter of Dependence and Sally (Soule) Sturtevani, 
of Halifax, Mass., who died, 1866, Feb. 15, leaving one daughter aud two 
sons. Married, 1872, Aug. 4, Mrs. Ruth E. (Jennison; Dwyer of Paxton, 
Mass., who died. 1878, April 22. Died of chronic inflammation of the bow- 
els, at Waukegan, 1884, June 4, aged 84 years, 9 months, and 20 days. 

Hubbell, Stephen, son of Nathan and Sarah (Gray) Hubbell, was born in 
Wilton, Ct., 1802, April 22. Graduated, Yale College, 1826, and Yale Theo- 
logical Seminary, 1829. Ordained, Mt. Carmel (Hamden), Ct., 1830, May 18; 
dismissed, 183G, May 18. Installed, Wolcottville (Torriugton), 1837, March 1 ; 
dismissed, 1839, Sept. 29. Installed, East Avon, 1840, Dec. 31; dismissed, 
1853, July 1. Installed, North Stonington, 1853, Aug. 17; dismissed, 1869, 
April 6. Installed, 1869, June 1, Long Ridge (Stamford); dismissed, 1873, 
Dec. 31. Without charge, Mt. Carmel, 1874-80; New Haven, 1880, until 
death. Published: (1) A Twelve Years Ministry Reviewed: Valedictory 
Discourse at Avon, Ct., 1853. (2) A Discourse Commemorative of Rev. 
Joseph Fish, 1863. Married, 1832, Oct. 30, Martha, daughter of Noah and 
Rosalind (Marvin) Stone, m. d., of Oxford, Ct., who died. 1856, Aug. 8. Of 
three children, only Rev. William S. Hubbell. d. d., of Buffalo, N. Y., is 
living. Married, 1858, May 11, Harriet T., daughter of Ezra and Charity 
(Burr) Hawley, of Catskill, N. Y. Died of old age, 1884, March 3, aged 81 
years, 10 mouths, and 11 days. 

Jenkins, William, son of Hopkiu and Margaret Jenkins, was born in 
Glamorganshire, Wales, 1800, March 1. Worked in the mines, 1822-35. 
Educated at Pontypool, with Rev. Ebeuezer Jones. He became au itin- 
erant preacher as early as 1823. Ordained, Salem, Trelyn, Monmouth- 
shire, 1835; dismissed, 1861. Came to America in 1869, and installed, Jer- 
myn, Penu., 1870, and died in office. Married, 1826, Ann, daughter of Enoch 
aud Gwenllyu Miles, of Pontypool. She had ten children, and died 1880, 
April 28. One son is a Congregational minister in Liverpool, Eng. ; another, 
in Eastport, Me. Died of brouchitis, 1884, Aug. 28, aged 84 years, 5 months, 
and 27 days. 

Jones, George M., son of David and Emily (George) Jones, was born in 
Carmarthen. South Wales, 1831. Came to America, 1858. Ordained at 
Irontou, Ohio. 1863, March 15. Pastor there, 1863-4; Bevier, Mo., 1864-9, 
aud New Cambria, 1864-7. Without charge, Callao, 1870-5 (which seems to 
have been his residence during all his Missouri life). Pastor, Valley, 1875-6 ; 
New Cambria, 1876-7; Coal Creek, Col., 187S. Without charge, Callao, until 
death. His first wife died in Wales. Married, 1863, Oct. 24, Eliza Ann, 
daughter of Robert aud Sarah Williams, of Paris, Ohio. Five children. 
Died 1882, Sept. 23, aged 51 years. 

Keep, John Robinson, son of Samuel aud Anne (Bliss) Keep, was born in 
Longmeadow, Mass., 1810, May 22. Graduated, Yale College, 1834. Teacher, 
Deaf aud Dumb Institute, N. Y., 1834-5. Member of Yale Theological Semi- 
nary, 1836-8. Ordained, Franklin, N. Y.. 1842, May 5; dismissed, 1844, Jan. 
1. Installed, Warren, Ct., 1844, June 12; dismissed, 1852, Nov. 5. Teacher, 



1885.] VITAL STATISTICS. 25 

cleaf and dumb institutions, Columbus, Ohio, 1852-3; New York, 1853-4; 
Hartford, Ct., 1854, until death. Published: (1) First Lessons for the Deaf 
and Dumb, 1852. (2) School Stories. (3) Look and be Saved : a tract. 1870. 
(4) Several articles in the New Englander and other periodicals. Married, 
1844, Aug. 24, Rebecca, daughter of Rev. Dr. Noah and Mehitable (Meigs) 
Porter, of Farmiugton. Of two sons and two daughters, one each is living. 
Died of fatty degeneration of the heart, 1884, June 15, aged 74 years and 21 
days. 

Kittredge, Charles Bakicr. son of Josiah and Mary (Baker) Kittredge, 
was born in Mount Vernon, N. H., 1806, July 4. Graduated, Dartmouth Col- 
lege, 1828, and Andover Theological Seminary, 1832. Teacher, Boscawen 
Academy, N. H., 1828-9. Ordained, Groton, Mass., 1833, Oct. 16; dismissed, 
18»6, Aug. 31. Installed, Westboro, 1837, Feb. 8; dismissed, 1S45, Oct. 1. 
Installed, Monson, 1846, Oct. 21; dismissed, 1853, May 4. Acting pastor, 
Coventry, Ct., 1856-7; Wilbraham, Mass., 1857-9. Without charge, Monson, 
1859-63, and Westboro, after, until death. Published : (1) Memoir of Charles 
Hooper Kittredge (a child of four years), 1835. (2) God's Hand in Afflic- 
tion the Ground of Support; sermon at the funeral of Mrs. Caroline A. 
Hunt, 1846. pp. 17. (3) Harvestings, 187o. Married, 1840, July 9, Sarah, 
daughter of Charles and Susanna (Bayliss) Brigham, of Grafton, Mass , who 
died 1871, March 26. Four of eight children are living. Died of congestion 
of the lungs, in Westboro, 1884, Nov. 25, aged 78 years, 4 months, and 21 days. 

Lord, Thomas Newman, son of Thomas and Sarah (Newman) Lord, was 
born in Newburyport, Mass., 1807, Sept. 19. Preparatory study at Farming- 
ton and Monmouth, Me. Graduated, Bowdoin College, 1835, and studied 
theology with Rev. David Thurston. Winthrop, Me., and Rev. Thomas Shep- 
ard. Ordaiued, Topsham, Me., 1837, Aug. 10; dismissed, 1842, July 12. 
Acting pastor, Biddeford, Second Church, 1842, Aug. 7, until installed there, 
1844, Oct. 9; dismissed, 1851, July 9. Acting pastor, Auburn, West, 1851, 
August, to 1857, July; Limerick, 1857, July, to 1858, October. Installed, 
Auburn, West, 1858, Oct. 27; dismissed, 1862 Without charge, Brunswick, 
1863-4. Acting pastor, North Yarmouth, 1864. April, to 1867, April; Ossipee, 
N. H., 1867, October, to 1868, October; Keunebnnkport, First Church. 1869, 
February, to 1875, October; Sanford and South Sanford, 1875, October, to 
1877, October; Kittery, 1S78-9 ; Limiugton, 1879-81. Without charge, Osh- 
kosh, Wis., 1882, October, until death. Published: (1) A Fast Day Sermon : 
The Cause, Character, and Consequences of the War with Mexico, 1847. 
pp. 16. (2) Centennial Discourse, Congregational Church, Winthrop, Me., 
1876. Married, 1835, Sept. 3, Mary E., daughter of Dr. James and Deborah 
(Allen) Tupper, of Nantucket, Mass. Two sons and two daughters, one 
adopted. Died of cystitis, in Oshkosh, Wis., 1884, Feb. 25, aged 76 years, 5 
months, and 6 days. 

Lowry, Samuel Edgar, son of John and Margaret (Edgar) Lowry, was 
born in Raffery, County Downs, Ireland, 1840, April 5. Came to America, and 
studied theology with Rev. J. W. Wellman, d. d., Newtou, Mass. Ordained, 
North Newton (Nonautum), 1867, Feb. 21, and died in office. Married, 
1870, Dec. 7, Lizzie Morton, daughter of Amos and Lucy (Morton) Pratt, of 
Easton, Mass. Of five children, three are living. Died of Bright's disease, 



26 CONGREGATIONAL YEAR-BOOK. | 1885. 

Ballyholme, Bangor, Ireland, 1884, Feb. 20, aged 43 years, 10 months, and 15 
days. 

Luce, Leonard, son of Rowland and Elizabeth (Clark) Luce, was born in 
Rochester (in the part now Marion), Mass., 179!), May 14. Preparatory study 
with his pastor, Rev. Oliver Cohb, d. d. Graduated, Brown University, 
1824, and Andover Theological Seminary, 1828. Ordained, Westford, Mass., 
1829, April 8; dismissed, 1852, July 8. Acting pastor, Littleton, 1S52-4; 
Boxboro, 1854-9, residing still in Westford, and without charge there until 
death. Town clerk fourteen years, member of the school committee thirty- 
two years, and long its chairmau; forty-nine years a trustee of Lawrence 
Academy, Groton, until his death. Married, 1829, Dec. 22, Rebecca Eaton, 
daughter of John and Rebecca (Eaton) Guild. Of four children, two are 
living. Died of paralysis, 1884, June 7, aged 85 years and 23 days. 

Lyman, David Bklden, son of David audRhoda (Phelps) Lyman, was born 
in New Hartford, Ct., 1803, July 29. Lenox (Mass.) Academy. Graduated, 
Williams College, 1S28, and Andover Theological Seminary, 1831. Ordained 
at Hanover, N. H., 1831, Oct. 25. Missionary of A. B. C. F. M., at Hilo, 
Hawaii, until death, haviug never left the islands after his arrival. Married, 
1831, Nov. 2, Sarah, daughter of Dea. Salmon and Mary (Moore) Joiner, of 
Royalton, Vt. Of eight children, six are living. Died of inflammation of the 
stomach, 1884, Oct. 4, aged 81 years, 2 month*, and 5 days. 

Magill, Seagkove William, d. d., son of Charles and Eliza Ann (Seebly) 
Magill, was born in St. Mary's, Ga., 1810, Sept. 27. Amherst College, 1827-9. 
Graduated, Yale College, 1831; Yale Theological Seminary, 1831-3; Princeton 
Theological Seminary, 1834. Acting pastor, St. Augustine, Fla., 1834-5. 
Ordained at Terryville, Plymouth, Ct., 1838, Aug. 8. Acting pastor, Presby- 
terian churches in Bryan County, Ga., 1835-40. Installed, Tallmadge, Ohio, 
1841, May; dismissed, 1843, July. Installed, Cornwall, Vt., 1844, July 9; 
dismissed, 1847, Sept. 14. Principal, female seminaries, Greensboro and 
Athens, Ga., 1847-51. Installed, Second Church, Waterbury, Ct., 1852, May 
19; dismissed, 18G4, Nov. 29. Agent American Missionary Association, in 
Georgia, 18G4-6. Agent Yale Theological Seminary, 1866-7. Installed, 
Cornwall, Vt., 1867, Oct. 13; dismissed, 1878. Without charge, Amherst, 
Mass., 1878, until death, d. d., M. C , 1875 Married, 1834, June 12, Helen 
Almira, daughter of Stephen and Almira (Catlin) Twining, of New Haven, 
Ct. One child. Died of angina pectoris, 1884, Jan. 20, aged 73 years, 3 
months, and 23 days. 

Mann, Joel, son of John and Lydia (Porter) Mann, was born in Orford, 
N. H., 1789, Feb. 7. Graduated, Dartmouth College, 1810. Teacher, Moor's 
Charity School, Hanover, N. H , 1810-11. Studied theology with Dr. William 
E. Chauniug and President Wheelock. Ordained, colleague pastor with Rev. 
Henry Wight, d. d., Bristol, R. 1., 1815, Nov. 15; dismissed, 1826, Sept. 14. 
Installed, colleague pastor with Rev. Ebenezer Gay, Suflield, Ct., 1826, Dec. 
13; dismissed, 1823, Dec. 2. Installed, Greenwich, 1830, Sept. 1; dismissed, 
1836, Aug. 24. Installed, Free Presbyterian Church, New York City, 1837, 
Jan. 18; dismissed, 1838, April. Installed, Howard Street Church, Salem, 
Mass., 1840, May 6; dismissed, 1847, April 14. Acting pastor, Kingston, 
R. I., 1848, October, to 1857; Hanover, Four Corners, Mass., 1857, August, 



1885.] VITAL STATISTICS. 27 

to 1858, November. Without charge after, residing in New Haven, Ct. 
(except Morrisania, N. Y., and Brooklyn, 1871-3). Married, 1816, May 12, 
Catherine, daughter of Samuel Vernon, of Newport, R. I. Died of old age, 
in New Haven, Ct., 1884, July 21, aged 95 years, 5 months, and 14 days. 

Marsh, John Tallmadge, son of Rev. Dr. John and Frances Fowler 
(Tallmadge) Marsh, was born in Haddam, Ct., 1825, Dec. 17. University of 
New York, 1841. Graduated, Yale College, 1845. Teacher, Kingston, N. Y , 
1846. Union Theological Seminary, 1846-7. Graduated, Andover Theologi- 
cal Seminary, 1850. Home missionary, Galena, 111., 1851-2; Rock Island, 
1852-3. Ordained, Peoria, 1853, Sept. 14; dismissed, 1855. Actinz pastor, 
Roscoe, Le Claire, Iowa, 1855-6; Fort Howard, Wis., 1856-8; Sheboygan 
Falls, 1858-60; Hartlaud, 1860-62; New Lisbon, 1862-3. Private, First Ohio 
Light Artillery, 1863-6, mostly employed in clerical service. Acting pastor, 
Harpersfleld, N. Y., 1867-71. Installed, New Haven, 1871, Oct. 4; dismissed, 
1872, July 13. Acting pastor, Black Creek, 1873-4; Crown Point, Second 
Church, 1874-7; Lisle, 1877-9; Barryville and Eldred, 1879-80; Millerton, 
1880-S1; Colfax, W. T., 1881-3; Etna Springs, Cal., 1883, until death. Pub- 
lished a history of the Congregational Church, Harpersfleld, N. Y. Married, 
1853, Aug. 3, Susan M., daughter of Rev. Benjamin and Susan (Pettengill) 
Huntoon, of Canton, Mass., who died, 1854, June 11, leaving a son. Married, 
1856, Jan. 13, Mrs. Lucy E. Jenks, of Roscoe, 111., who died, 1858, Aug. 9. 
Married, 1861, June 6, Josephine Anna Stowell, of Friendship, Wis. Died of 
pneumonia, 1884, March 21, aged 58 years, 3 months, and 4 days. 

McLean, James, son of John and Euphemia Dermott (Blakie), McLean, 
was born in Glasgow, Scotland, 1830, June 25. Western Reserve College, 
1852-5. Graduated, Williams College, 1856, and Andover Theological Sem- 
inary, 1859. Ordained, Thomaston, Me., 1859, Aug. 30; dismissed, 1861, 
June 1. Installed, South Dennis, Mass., 1861; dismissed, 1862, Oct. 26. 
Acting pastor, Astor Street Church, Milwaukee, Wis., 1862, November, until 
installed, 1863, Sept. 25; dismissed, 1865. Acting pastor, Berlin, 1865, Feb- 
ruary, to 1866; Menasha, 1866-9. Installed, Hampton, N H., 1870, Dec. 15; 
dismissed, 1872, Feb. 4. Installed, South Weymouth, Mass., 1872, Feb. 27; 
dismissed, 1876, May 29. Acting pastor, West Boxford, 1876-8; Groveland, 
1879; Pierce City, Mo., 1880-3; Springfield, Second Church, 1883, until 
death. Married, 1859, Oct. 4, Helen O., daughter of Richard and Adele 
Thompson, of Ravenna, Ohio, who died, 1861, Sept. 20. Married, 1864, Feb. 
29, Mary F., daughter of Obed and Clementine (Guigon) Brooks, of Har- 
wich, Mass. Five children. Died of typhoid pneumonia, 1884, Jan. 11, aged 
53 years, 5 months, and 16 days. 

McLoney, John Newton, son of John and Jane (Templeton) McLoney, 
was born in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, 1848, Dec. 2. Fairfield (Iowa) Academy. 
Graduated, Iowa College, 1871, and Yale Theological Seminary, 1874. Or- 
dained, Vermillion, Dak., 1875, Jan. 19; dismissed, 1877, Feb. 11. Acting 
pastor, Sioux City, Iowa, 1877, February, to 1878, December; Sioux Falls, 
Dak., 1879, January, until death. Died of abscess of the liver, 1884, March 
18, aged 35 years, 3 mouths, aud 16 days. 

Metcalf, David, son of David and Anna (Champion) Metcalf, was born in 
Lebanon, Ct., 1795, Nov. 27. Preparatory study with Rev. Samuel Nott, 
Franklin, Ct. Graduated, Middlebury College, 1819, and studied theology at 



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New Haven. Ordained. North Madison, Ct , 1829, May 27; dismissed. 1831, 
Sept 7. Without charge after, in Worcester, Mass., Oxford, and Auburn. 
Published: (1) Reply to President Fiske's Sermon on Predestination and 
Election: eight letters, pp. 48. 1832 # . (2) An Inquiry into the Nature, 
Foundation, and Extent of Moral Obligation, pp.480. 1860. (3) An Evan- 
gelical Catechism. Part 1, pp. 34. Part 2, pp. 116. 1884. Married, 1833, 
May, Mrs. Margaret T. Barrett, of New York City, who died, 1835, May, in 
Hudson, Ohio. Married, 1813, March 29, Ann, daughter of Phineas and 
Hannah (Phillips) Jones, of Spencer, Mass. Of four children, one daughter 
is living. Died of paralysis, in Auburn, Mass., 1884, Sept. 25, aged 88 years, 
9 months, and 28 days. 

Milt.s, Chari.es Licwis, son of Jabez and Hannah (Coe) Mills, was born in 
Morristown, N. J., 1812, Aug. 11. Bloomfleld Academy. College of New 
Jersey, 1831. Graduated, Yale College, 1835. Student at Princeton Theo- 
logical Seminary, 1835-7. Ordained, Presbyterian, Elizabethtowu, N. J., 
1838, Oct. 23. Acting pastor, South Hanover, Ind., 1837-40. Installed, 
Durham, Ct., 1841, April 28; dismissed, 1845, Sept. 30. Installed, Ashland, 
Mass., 1847, Feb. 11; dismissed, 1849, March 9. Installed, North Bridge- 
water, 1852, Aug. 11; dismissed, 1862, Feb. 18. Installed, Wreutham, 1863, 
Feb. 10; dismissed, 1865, April 14. Resideuce, Jamaica Plain, 1866-77, and 
And over after, until death. Supplying the churches at Easton, 1866-8, and 
Highland Church and Old Colony Chapel, Boston, West Somerville, and 
several in Maine. Married, 1837, Sept. 5, Elizabeth CL, daughter of Dea. 
William and Alma (Coe) Lyman, of Middlefield, Mass., who died at Indian- 
apolis, Ind., 1851, July 10, leaving one son and one daughter. Married, 1852, 
Nov. 26, Rebecca B , daughter of Dea. Peter and Rebecca (Bartlett) Smith, 
of Andover. Three sons and one daughter. Died of cystitis, 1884, Oct. 3, 
aged 72 years, 1 month, and 22 days. 

Mixer, Natii.vniki., son of Nathaniel and Remembrance (Goddard) Miner, 
was born in Stoningtou, Ct.. 1798, Dec. 13. Stoniugton Academy. Studied 
with Rev. Ira Hart, Stonington, and graduated, Bangor Theological Semi- 
nary, 1824. Ordained, Montville, Ct., Chesterfield Church, 1826, Oct. 4; 
dismissed, 1829, July. Also acting pastor, Grassy Hill, Lyme, 1827, March, 
to 1829, May; Bozrahville, 1829-31; Millington, in East Haddam, 1831, until 
installed, 1833, May 28; dismissed, 1857, May 18. Acting pastor, Salem, 
1857, May, to 1865. Without charge there after, until death. Married, 1826, 
Oct. 15, Emeline Sears, daughter of Elijah and Betsey (Sears) Ranson, of 
Salem. Four of five children are living. Died of old age, 1884, March 22, 
aged 85 years, 3 months, and 9 days. 

Morgan, John, d. d., sou of Rev. John and Elizabeth (Chambers) Morgan, 
was born in Cork, Ireland, 1802, November. Stockbridge (Mass.) Academy. 
Graduated, Williams College, 1826. Teacher in New York City some years, 
also studying theology. Instructor in literary department of Lane Semi- 
nary, Cincinnati ; Professor New Testament Literature, Oberlin Theological 
Seminary, 1835-80; and also of Old Testament Literature, 1848-72; Pro- 
fessor Emeritus 1880, until death. Ordained at Oberlin, 1837. Williams 
College gave the honorary d. d. in 1857. Published : (1) The Holiness Ac- 
ceptable to God. (2) The Gift of the Holy Spirit. (3) Christ's Missionary 
Charge; a sermon before the American Missionary Association, I860. 



1885.] VITAL STATISTICS. 29 

Married, 1829, Oct. 19, Mary Ann Dewey, of Stockbridge, Mass. She had one 
sou, and died 1830, Oct. 9; and he married, 1831, Dec. 31, her sister Sophia, 
who died 1832, Sept. 16; married, 1836, Oct. 1, Elizabeth Mary Leonard, of 
New Haven, Conn. She was mother of nine children, and died 1873, Feb. 3. 
Died of cerebral hemorrhage, 1884, Sept. 27, aged 82 years and 10 months. 

Morgan, Louis Seegkr, m. d., son of Erastus and Clarissa (Chapin) Mor- 
gan, was born iu Holyoke, Mass., 1801, March 20. Graduated, Berkshire Medi- 
cal College, 1827. Classical teacher in Gaines Academy, New York, and in 
Waterford, Peun. Ordained at Jamestown, N. Y., 1839, D^c. 4, and was a 
home missionary in Chautauqua, Cattaraugus and Erie Counties. Acting 
pastor, Cambridge, Fenn. ; Busti, N. Y., 1841-5 ; Conewango, Leon, and Cherry 
Creek, 1845-52; Gowanda, 1852-5 ; North Collins and l J erry<burg, 1855-6 ; 
Roseville, 111., 1862; Conewango, N. Y., 1S68, and without charge there until 
death. Married, 1S28, Cornelia C. Spellmau, of Westfield, Mass., who died 
in 1860. Of eight children, five are living. Died of senile gangrene, 1884, 
Aug. 14, aged 83 years, 4 months, and *4 days. 

Morris, Edward, son of William and Mary Morris, was born near London, 
England, 1805, Jan. 15. Educated in London, and Belfast, Ireland. Ordained, 
1841, May 18. Came to Canada, 1844, and home missionary there until 1S50. 
Home missionary, Fotosi, Wis., 1850, October, to 1857; also Rockville, 
1853-4; Darlington and Willow Springs, 1856-9; Monroe, 1859, December, to' 
1861; Fecatonica, 111, 1S62, May, to 1865 Chaplain, Fiftieth Wisconsin 
Regiment, 1865-6. Acting pastor, Brodhead, Wis., 1866, October, to 1869; 
Center, 1870, January, to 1873; Sherman and vicinity, Texas, 1873-6 and 
1879-30; Caddo and Durant, Indian Territory, 1877-9. General Sunday- 
school missionary, 18S2-3. Home missionary, Caddo, 1884, March, until 
death. Married, 1838, Uct. 3, Mary, daughter of Walter and Margaret 
(Martin) Hetheriugtou. Of four children, two sons are living. Died of 
fever, 1881, July 27, aged 79 years, 6 mouths, aud 27 days. 

North, Simkox, d. d., ll d., sou of Col. Simeon aud Lucy (Savage) North, 
was born in Berlin, Conn., 1802, Sept. 7. Graduated, Yale College, 1825, and 
Yale Theological Seminary, 1828 ; Tutor, Ya e College, 1827-9 ; Professor, 
Greek aud Latin, Hamilton College, 1829-39; and president of same, 1839-57. 
Ordained at Wiufield, 1842, May 25. Received ll. d. from Western Reserve 
College, 1812, and d. d. from Wesleyan University, 1849; Trustee of Auburn 
Theological Seminary, 1840-9. Published: (1) Inaugural Address, The 
American System of Collegiate Education, 1839. (2) Faith iu the World's 
Conversion; a Sermon, 1842. (3) Anglo-Saxon Literature; a Phi-Beta- 
Kappa Oration at New Haven, 1847. (4) The Weapons of Christiau War- 
fare; Baccalaurate Sermou, 1849. (5) Obedience in Death; Sermon at 
funeral of Prof. Marcus Catlin, 1849. (6) Sermon at funeral of B. W. Dwight, 
1850, and (7) of Ex-President Henry Davis, 1852. (8) Diligence iu Busi- 
ness ; a Baccalaureate Sermou, 1852. (9) A Half-Century Letter of Remi- 
niscences, 1879. Married, 1835, April 21, Frances Harriet, daughter of Dr. 
Thomas and Betsey (Gray) Hubbard, of Pomfret, Conn., who died 1881, Jan. 
21. One son, deceased. Died of pneumonia, in Clinton, 1884, Feb. 9, aged 
81 years, 5 mouths, and 2 days. 



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Packard, Pkof. Alpheus Spring, d. d., son of Rev. Hezekiah and Mary 
(Spring) Packard, was born in Chelmsford, Mass, 1798, Dec. 23. Phillips 
Exeter Academy. Graduated, Bowdoin College, 1816. Teacher, Gorham, 
Wiscasset, Bucksport, and Hallowed, 1816-19. Tutor, Bowdoin College, 
1819-24. Professor Latin and Greek Languages, 1824-65, and instructor in 
rhetoric and oratory, and lecturer on political economy, 1842-5; Collins 
Professor of Natural and Revealed Religion, 1865, until death; also acting 
president, 1883, and librarian, 1869. Ordained, 1850, May 16. d. d., Bow- 
doin College, 1869. Member Maine Historical Society, and honorary member 
New York Historical Society, and corresponding member of the Royal His- 
torical Society of England; Fellow, American Academy. Published: (1; 
Best Method of Teaching the Ancient Languages : Address before the Ameri- 
can Institute, 1834. (2) Works of Rev. Jesse Appleton, d. d., with memoir. 
2 vols. 1836. (3) Address at Dedication of Teachers' Seminary, Gorham, Me., 
1837. pp.24. (4) Characteristics of a Good District School : address before 
Teachers' Association of Bowdoin College, 1838. pp. 34. (5) Zenophon*s 
Memorabilia of Socrates, with English Notes, 1839. pp.264. Second edition 
ot same, 1841. (6; Memoir of Rev. Dr. Hezekiah Packard, 1850. (7) Our 
Alma Mater: Alumni Address, 1858. pp. 49. (8) Life and Character of 
Prof. Wm. Smyth : address before the Alumni, 1868. (9) Life and Charactt r 
of Prof. Thomas C. Upham, 1872. (10) Address at Centennial Celebration 
of Congregational Church, Wiscasset, 1873. pp. 27. (11) Remarks at Funeral 
of James McKeen, m. d., 1873. [Privately printed.] (12) Discourse at Semi- 
centennial Anniversary of the General Conference of the Congregational 
Churches of Maine, 1876. pp. 133. (13) Memorial Sketch of Nehemiah 
Cleaveland, 1877. pp. 12. [Privately printed ] (14) History of Bowdoin 
College : with Biographical Sketches of Graduates. A work begun by Prof. 
Cleaveland, but edited and completed by Prof. Packard. 1882. pp. 905. Also 
articles in North American Beview, Bibliotheca Sacra, Maine Historical Col- 
lections, New England Historic Genealogical llegister, Sprague's Annals, 
etc. Married, 1827, May 24, Frances E., daughter of Rev. President 
Jesse Appleton, d. d., and his wife, Elizabeth Means. She had four sous and 
one daughter, and died, 1839, June 2. Married, 1844, Sept. 12, Mrs. Caroline 
W. McLellan, daughter of Johann L. C. and Sarah Hill (Osgood) Bartels, of 
Portland. One son. Died of heart disease, at Squirrel Island, Me., 1884, July 
13, aged 85 years, 6 months, and 20 days. 

Parker, Wooster, son of Rev. James and Mary (Peck) Parker, was born 
in Underbill, Vt., 1807, May 9. Studied at St. Albans, Vt. Bangor Classical 
School. Graduated, Banyor Theological Seminary, 1832. Ordained, Castlhe, 
Me., 1832, Sept. 21; dismissed, 18 56, Jan. 18. Installed, Orono, 1836, March 
2; dismissed, 18:38, Dec. 11. Acting pastor, Brewer, First Church, 1838, 
November, to 1841, March; Winterport and Frankfort, 1841, October, to 
1842, October. Installed, Dover and Foxcroft, 1842, Nov. 10; dismissed, 
1856, Sept. 9. Installed, Belfast, 1856, Sept. 8; dismissed, 1870, Nov. 14. 
Acting pastor, Searsport, 1871. Without charge, Belfast, after; supervisor 
of schools, and employed in custom house. Moderator of General Conference, 
1856 and 1857. Preacher before the same, 1848, and in 1860, before the 
Maine Missionary Society, of which he was trustee, 1865-72; and of Bangor 
Theological Seminary, 1858, until death. President Maine Congregational 



1885.] VITAL STATISTICS. 31 

Charitable Society, 1872-81. Married, 1848, Jan. 1, Wealthy Ann, daughter 
of Rev. Enoch Pond, d r>. Two children are living, a daughter and Rev. E. 
T. Parker, d. d., of Hartford, Ct. Died of heart disease, 1884, Jan. 25, aged 
76 years, 8 months, and 16 days. 

Partridge, Samuel Hudson, m. d., son of Lewis and Betsy (Fay) Partridge, 
was born in Daltou, N. H., 1827, Oct. 15. Francestown Academy. Studied 
theology with Rev. Z. G. Barstow, d. d., of Keene. Acting pastor, Lubec, 
Me., 1851-2. Ordained, Hillsboro, N. H., 1853, May 10; dismissed, 1857, 
April 16. Acting pastor, Lebanon, Me., 1857-8; Kittery, 185S-9; Second 
Church, York, 1859, May, to 1869; Greenfield, N. H., 18G9, until death. 
Married, 1851, March 25, Elvira, daughter of Joel and Mary Fay, of Peter- 
boro. Three daughters. Died of pneumonia, 1884, May 22, aged 56 years, 7 
months, and 7 days. 

Peckham, Joseph, son of Robert and Ruth (Sawyer) Peckham, was born 
in Bolton, Mass., 1816, April 23. Westminster Academy. Graduated, 
Amherst College, 1837; Andover Theological Seminary, 1837-8. Principal 
Atkinson (N. H.) Academy, 1838-40. Graduated, Union Theological Sem- 
inary, 1812. Ordained, Kingston, Mass., 1842, Nov. 30. Acting pastor there, 
1842-56. Without charge, Cannon Falls, Minn., 1856-8. Acting pastor, 
Cldltonville, in Plymouth, Mass., 1858-9; Kingston, 1859, December, to 1S76, 
September. Without charge there after. Member of the Minnesota Con- 
stitutional Convention, 1857, and Legislature, 1857-8. Member of school 
committee, Kingston, twenty years, and superintendent of schools there, 
1866-72 and 1882, until death. Published a pamphlet: The Connection 
between Learning and Teaching. Married, 1846, Sept. 27, Mary Homer, 
daughter of George and Amelia (Drew) Russell, of Kingston. Died of heart 
disease, 18S4, May 17, aged 68 years and 24 days. 

Perkins, Henry Kirk White, sou of Chesley and Deborah (Morgridge) 
Perkins, was born in Penobscot, Me., 1814, Nov. 21. Hunpden Academy and 
Maine Wesleyan Seminary. Ordained, Methodist, at Portland, 1836, and 
stationed at Mercer; missionary to the Indians in Oregon, 1838-44, residing 
at what is now The Dalles. Agent American Peace Society, Cambridgeport, 
Mass., 1845. Local preacher, Vassalboro, Me., 1846; Union, 1847-8. Inde- 
pendent minister, Hallowed, 1849-52. Local preacher, Cornish, 1853; 
Browulield, 1854, and student in theology with Dr. Pond, of Bangor. 
Ordained, Congregational, at Saco, Me , 1858, May 26. In missionary work, 
Boston and vicinity, after 1856, residing in Boston, 1856-70; CambriJge, 
1870-77; and Somerville, 1877, until death. Married, 1837, Nov. 1, Elvira, 
daughter of Henry and Betsey (Spooner) Johuson. Of nine children, seven 
are living. Died of bronchial asthma and Bright's disease, 1884, April 16, 
aged 69 years, 4 mouths, and 25 days. 

Potter, Daniel Fox, son of John and Caroline (Fox) Potter, was born in 
Augusta, Me., 1819, Feb. 22. Phillips Academy, Exeter, N. II. Graduated, 
Bowdoin College, 1841. Studied law three years. Graduated, Bangor Theo- 
logical Seminary, 1848. Acting pastor Hodgdon and Houlton, Me., 1849-50; 
Monticello, 1850-1; Union, 1851, September, until ordained there, 1852, Oct. 
26; resigned, 1856, May 31; dismissed, 1860, Oct. 30. Acting pastor, Tops- 
ham, 1856-65. Without charge there, 1865-74; Brunswick. 1874, until 
death. Representative of Topsham in the Legislature, 1869-71. Clerk in 



32 CONGREGATIONAL YEAR-BOOK. [1885. 

customhouse, Portland, 1S79-S3. Married, 1854, Aug. 24, Albina S., daugh- 
ter of Upham T. and Nancy v Smitli) Cr.iuc, of Readfield, Me. Three chil- 
dren. Died of bronchial p..e.umonia, 1854, Sept. 17, aged 65 years, 6 months, 
and 23 days. 

Pratt, Miner Giles, sou of James and Sarah (Giles) Pratt, was born in 
Pawlet, Vt., 1799, Nov. 13. Graduated, Middlebury College, 1823, and 
Andover Theological Seminary, 1&26. Agent American Tract Society, 
1826-7. Acting pastor, East Millbury, Mass., 1827-8. Ordained, Auburn, 
Mass., 1828, Oct. 22; dismissed, 184S, June 7. Agent American Colonizatioa 
Society, 1848-78, residing at Andover, Mass., aud without charge there after. 
.Married, 1828, Dec. 2, Caroline, daughter of Thomas and Caroline (Baird) 
Drury, of Auburn, Mass., who died, 1860, Nov. 8. Of nine children, four are 
liviDg. Married, 1863, March 23, Maria, daughter of John and Charlotte 
(Spear) Hobart, of Leicester, Mass., who died, 1881, Oct. 12. Died of old 
age, in Rochester, N. Y., 1884, April 18, aged 84 years, 5 months, and 5 days. 

Ranney, Timothy Emerson, son of Joseph and Tryphena (Emerson) 
Ranney, was born in Westminster, Vt., IS 15, June 7. Phillips (Andover) 
Academy. Graduated, Middlebury College, 1839, and Andover Theological 
Seminary, 1842. Ordained, Westminster, 1814, May 1. Missionary, A. B. C. 
F. M., to the Pawnees, 1844-7; Cherokees, 1847-60. Acting pastor, Oxford, 
Me., 1862-3. Without charge, St. Johnsbury, Vt., 1863-6. Acting pastor, 
West Charleston, 1866-7; Holland, 1867-72; North Troy, IS72-4. Without 
charge, St. Johnsbury Centre, 1875, until death. Married, 1844, April 28, 
Charlotte, daughter of Abel and Abigail Taylor, of Ashby, Mass , who died, 
1874, Feb. 18. Two children. Died of paralysis, 1884, July 30, aged 69 
years, 1 month, and 23 days. 

Rowell, George Bericly, son of Rev. Joseph aud Hannah (Chase) 
Rowell, was born in Cornish, N. H., 1815, Jan. 22. Kimball Union Academy, 
Meriden, N. H. Graduated, Amherst College, 1837, aud Andover Theological 
Seminary, 1841. Ordained, at Cornish, 1841, Oct. 22. Missionary of A. B. 
C. F. M., at the Hawaiian Islands, 1842-65, stationed on Kauai, at Waioli, 
1842-6, aud at Waimea, 1846-65; pastor there, 1865, until death. Married, 
1812, April 7, Malvina Jeru.>ha, daughter of Daniel Chapiu of Newport, N. H. 
Seven children. Died 1884, June 15, aged 69 years, 4 mouths, aud 23 days. 

Sewall, William Stinson, son of Henry and Esther Wheelwright 
(Moody) Sewall, was born in Bath, Me., 1807, June 19 Preparatory study at 
Farmington, Me. Graduated, Bowdoin Cellege, 1834, and Bangor Theological 
Seminary, 1838. Ordained, Brownville, Me, 1839, Sept. 25; dismissed, 1863, 
Juue 3. Acting pastor, St. Albans, 1864, July, until death, preaching dur- 
ing same years a part of the time at Kenduskeag, Plymouth, Palmyra, aud 
Athens, 1870-6. Married, 1840, June 4, Miriam, daughter of James and Miriam 
(Melcher) Purinton, of Topsham, Me. Six children. Died of congestion of 
the kidneys, 1884, Sept. 27, aged 77 years, 3 months, and 8 days. 

Sherrill, Franklin Goldthvvaite, son of Franklin and Mary Ann (Ed- 
wards) Sherrill, was born in Homer, N. Y., 1826, Nov. 1. Graduated, 
University of New York, 1846, and Union Theological Seminary, 1850. 
Ordained (Presbyterian), 1850, Oct. 13. Acting pastor, Ceresco and Ripon, 
Wis., 1850-3; (Congregational) Caledonia and Oak Creek, 1853-9; Fulton, 
1859-61; Caledonia and Oak Creek, 1861-4. Without charge, Milwaukee, 



1885.] VITAL STATISTICS. 33 

1864-5. Acting pastor, Richmond, Mass., 1865-8; California, Mo., 1868-76; 
White City, Kan., 1876-9; Carbondale and Ridge way, 1870-82; Louisville, 
1882, until death. Married, 1850, Oct. 17, Mary Hooper, daughter of Enoch 
and Mary Williams, of England. Of eight children, four sons aud two 
daughters survive. Died of tuberculosis, 1884, Jan. 15, aged 57 years, 8 
months, aud 14 days. 

Smith, John Curtis, son of Asa and Polly (Waller) Smith, was born in 
Williamstown, Vt., 1812, Sept, 24. Burr Seminary. Gi-aduated, Middle- 
bury College, 1838, and Andover Theological Seminary, 1841. Ordained at 
Paxton, Mass., 1841, Sept. 29. Missionary, A. B. C. F. M., in Ceylon, 1841- 
74, visiting America, 1857-60, and returning 1872. Without charge, in 
Winchester, N. H., after. Married, 1841, Oct. 7, Eunice Taft, daughter of 
Henry and Esther Morse, of Paxton. She died 1842, May 9, and he married, 
1843, Oct. 13, Mrs. Mary, daughter of Ebenezer and Deborah (Porter) Snell, 
of Cummington, Mass., and widow of Dr. John Steele, of the Madura Mission. 
She had six children, and died 1873, May 15. He married, 1874, June 9, Mrs. 
Charlotte Augusta Willis, daughter of John and Polly (Pratt) Alexander, of 
Winchester. Died of apoplexy, in Hartford, Ct., 1884, March 21, aged 71 
years, 5 months, and 27 days. 

Smith. John Derby, m. d , son of Dr. Nathan and Sarah (Chase) Smith, 
was born in Hanover, N. H., 1812, April 9. Graduated, Yale College, 1832; 
Yale Theological Seminary, 1832-4; Andover Theological Seminary, 1834-6. 
Acting pastor, Athol, Mass., 1838-9. Ordained, Charlemont, 1839, Nov. 20; 
dismissed, 1844, Aug. 11. m. d , Baltimore Medical College, 1814. Installed 
again, Charlemont, 1848, June 21 ; dismissed, 1852, May 19. Acting pastor, 
Berkley, 1854-8; Douglas, 1S60-3. Surgeon, army and navy, 18G3-5. Clerk, 
Treasury Department, Washington, D. C, 1866-7. Acting assistant surgeon, 
United States Navy, 18G7; naval hospital, Pensacola, Pla., 1868-72. Without 
charge, East Bridgewater, Mass., 1872, until death. Married, 1837, March 
17, Sarah, daughter of Garry aud Orphia (Shepard) Bacon, of Woodbury, Ct., 
who died, 1848, May 11. Married, 1849, April 22, Mary M. , daughter of 
Baruch aud Prudence Dole, of Charlemont, Mass., who died 1854, March 30. 
Married, 1855, April 12, Susan, daughter of Dr. John H. and Susau A. (Hope) 
Anthony, of Providence, R. I., who died, 1883, June 10. Ten children. 
Died of congestion of the liver, 1884, April 26, aged 72 years and 17 days. 

Spaulding, William Abiel, son of Rev. William S afford and Harriet 
Bliss (Nettleton) Spaulding, was born in Boscawen, N. H., 1847, March 2. 
Kimbali Union Academy, Meriden, N. H., 1863-5 ; Dartmouth College, 1865-7. 
Graduated, Bangor Theological Seminary, 1870. Ordained, Newcastle, 
Me.. Second Church, 1870, Aug. 4; dismissed, 1871, Oct. 9. Missionary, 
A. B. C. E. M., Nicomedia, Western Turkey, 1872-4. Installed, Chestnut 
Street Church, Lynn, Mass, 1874, Sept. 9; dismissed, 1879, May 1. In- 
stalled, Secoud Church, Attleboro, 1879, Sept. 11; dismissed, 18S3, Nov. 19. 
Without charge, Lynn, until death. Published: A Sermon, "The Golden 
Rule." 1878. Married, 1870, July 29, Georgia S., daughter of Thomas and 
Elizabeth T. (Condon) Davidson, of Bucksport, Me. Two children, died in 
infancy. Died of heart disease, 1884, Jan. 10, aged 36 years, 10 months, and 
8 days. 

Spaulding, William Safford, son of Isaac aud Lydia (Brown) Spaulding, 
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34 CONGREGATIONAL YEAR-BOOK. [1885. 

was born in Ashburnham, Mass., 1809, March 4. New Ipswich (N. H.) 
Academy. Graduated, Marietta College, 1839. Principal of an academy. 
East Brooklyn, N. Y., 1841-2; Brooklyn Female Collegiate Institute, 1843-4. 
Salisbury (N. H.) Academy, 1845-6, and Boscawen Academy, 1847-8. Studied 
theology with Rev. C. B. Tracy, Boscawen, N. H. Ordained, Salisbury, 
N. H , 1848, Sept. 18. Preacher or teacher in Ohio, at Delhi, Berlin, Mt. 
Gilead, Plymouth, Wellville, Nelson, and Mesopotamia, 1849-59. Acting 
pastor, Bristol, N. H., 1859-61; Orfordville, 1861-2. Without charge, Han- 
over, N. H., 1862-70. Agent American Tract Society, 1867-70. Acting 
pastor, Bristol Me., 1870-4. "Without charge after, Attleboro and Lynn, 
Mass. Married, 1841, Dec. 22, Harriet Bliss, daughter of Jeremiah and 
Lydia (Ledoyt) Nettleton, of Montpelier, Vt., who died at Attleboro, Mass., 
1882, Sept. 12. Three sons (one above) deceased ; une daughter living. 
Died of paralysis, 1884, July 10, aged 75 years, 4 months, and 6 days. 

Stewart, Amasa, son of Philo and Sally (Penfleld) Stewart, was born in 
Sherman, Ct., 1802, Jan. 4. Brandon (Vt.) Academy. Graduated, Middlebury 
College, 1824, and Andover Theological Seminary, 1828. Ordained, Essex, 
Vt., 1829, Oct. 15; dismissed, 1832, Feb. 14. Acting pastor, Berlin, 1833-4; 
Hampden, Ohio, 1834-5. Teacher, Lowndesboro, Ala., 1837-44. Teacher and 
acting pastor, Crawford, Ohio, 1844-54. Without charge, Holly, N. Y., 1854-9. 
Acting pastor, South Granville, 1861-2. Without charge, Pittsford, Vt.. 
1862, until death. Married, 1831, Sept. 20, Mrs. Fanny (Bliss) Howe, of 
Essex, Vt., who has been dead some years. Died of old age, 1884, Feb. 24, 
aged 82 years, 1 month, and 20 days. 

Strickland, Micah Walker, son of William and Beulah (Walker) Strick- 
land, was born in Gray, Me., 1804, March 27. North Yarmouth and Gorham 
Academies aud Bangor Classical School. Graduated, Bangor Theological 
Seminary, 1834. Ordained, Mt. Desert, Me., 1834, July 16; dismissed, 1841, 
March 22. Installed, Amherst and Aurora, 1842, June 9; dismissed, 1845, 
July 8. Acting pastor, Smithport, Pa., 1848-51; Prentissvale, 1851-4. 
Teacher and preacher, Black Creek and Hudson, N. Y., 1854-7. Without 
charge, Prentissvale, Pa., 1857, until death, except acting pastor there, 
1866-9. Married, 1834, Sept. 17, Mary Ann, daughter of Dr. Kendall and 
Sarah (Whiting) Kittredge, of Mt. Desert. Of seven children, three daugh- 
ters and two sons are living. Died of paralysis, 1884, Feb. 13, aged 79 years, 
10 months, and 16 days. 

Stuart, Robert, son of Joseph and Rebecca (Bell) Stuart, was born in 
Newton, N. H., 1814, Juue 19. Student in Dartmouth College, 1839-42. 
Graduated, Bangor Theological Seminary, 1846. Ordained, Cascade, Iowa, 
1847, November; dismissed, 1852, July. Acting pastor, Strafford, Vt., 
1852-4. Without charge, Norwich, 1854-8. Acting pastor, Waitsfield, 
1858-9; Albany, 111., 1859-60; Montour (then Orford), Iowa, 1861-8; Green 
Mountain, 1861-70. Without charge, Green Mountain, 1870-80; Grundy 
Centre, 1880, until death. Married, 1819, Oct. 16, Harriet Maleucia, daughter 
of Ashley and Orrill Blodgett, of Middlesex. Vt. Two sous deceased, three 
daughters living. Died of cancer of the bowels, 1884, June 27, aged 70 years 
and 8 days. 

Swift, Alfred Brown, son of Hon. Benjamin and Rebecca (Brown) 
Swift, and grandson of Rev. Job Swift, of Bennington, was born in St. 



1885.] VITAL STATISTICS. 35 

Albans, Vt., 1827, Sept. 3. Preparatory study at St. Albans. Graduated, 
University of Vermont, 1S47, and Union Tueological Seminary, 1853. Teacher, 
1847-0. Ordained, Presbyterian, Middle Granville, N. Y., 1855, Jan. 7; dis- 
missed, 1861, April. Acting pastor, Euosburgh, Vt., 1861, until death. 
Married, 1S57, Oct. 7, Julia Elizabeth, daughter of Walter S. and Elizabeth 
Strong (Norton) Griffith, of Brooklyn, N. Y. Two children. Died of heart 
disease, 1884, May 2, aged 56 years and 8 months. 

Taylor, Frank Hudson, sou of Horace Campbell and Catherine Mary 
(Snow) Taylor, was born in Oberliu, Ohio, 1855, Nov. 14. Graduated, 
Oberlin College, 1874, and Yale Theological Seminary, 1879. Acting pastor, 
Strong Creek, Ct., 1879, May, to 1880. Ordained, Guilford, Ct., 1880, March 
10; dismissed, 1883, Sept. 3. Acting pastor, Seattle, Wash. Ter., 1883, until 
death. Married, 1880, Sept. 1, Jessalyn, daughter of John O. and Caroline L. 
Couch, of Middlefleld, Ct.. Died by accidental shooting, 1884, July 20, aged 
28 years, 8 months, and 6 days. 

Taylor, John Lord, d. d., son of John and Anna (Beardsley) Taylor, was 
born in Warren, Ct., 1811, May 20. High School, Ellington. Graduated, 
Yale College, 1835. Teacher, Cromwell and Ellington, 1835-7. Tutor, Yale 
College, and student in theology, 1837-9. Ordained, South Church, Audover, 
Mass., 1839, July 18; dismissed, 1852, July 19. Treasurer, Phillips Academy 
(and Theological Seminary), Audover, 1852-68. Smith Professor of Theol- 
ogy and Homileticsand Lecturer on Pastoral Theology, 1868-79, and president 
of the Theological Faculty, 1878-79, and Professor Emeritus of same, 1S79, 
until death. Eeceived the honorary d. d. from Middlebury College, 1868. 
Trustee, Abbot Academy, 1840-51, and of Phillips Academy, 1852-68. 
Director, Audover National Bank, 1856-84, and president of same, 1873-SO. 
Published: (1) The Year of Jubilee: a New Year's Discourse. Andover, 
1851. pp. 22. (2) A Memoir of his Honor, Samuel Phillips, ll. d. Boston, 
1856. pp. 391. (3) A Memorial of the Semi-Centennial Celebration of the 
Founding of the Theological Seminary at Andover. Andover, 1859. pp. 242. 
(4) How shall we Provide the Ministry that we need? Inaugural Address 
of the Smith Professor in the Special Course. (5) A Discourse Commemo- 
rative of Amos Blanchard, d. d. Lowell, Mass., 1870. pp. 18. (6) A Memo- 
rial Discourse at the last Sabbath Afternoon Service in the Bartlett Chapel. 
Andover, 1876. 19 pp. Married, 1839, July 3, Caroline Lord, daughter of 
Col. Epaphras Lord and Elizabeth (Holkius) Phelps, who died, 1868, April 
3. Four children died in infancy, and Rev. Prof. John P. Taylor, of the 
Seminary, is a son. Died of paralysis and angina pectoris, 1884, Sept. 23, 
aged 73 years, 4 months, and 3 days. 

Thurston, Stephen, d. d., son of Daniel and Chloe (Redington) Thurston, 
was born in Sedgwick, Me., 1797, Dec. 22. Graduated, Bangor Theological 
Seminary, 1825. Ordained, Searsport (then Prospect), Me., 1826, Aug. 9; 
resigned, 1864, June 22; dismissed, 1866, May 16. Secretary of the Maine 
Missionary Society, 1864-76. Without charge, Searsport, after. Received 
the honorary d. d. from Bowdoin College, 1846. Trustee of Bangor Theo- 
logical Seminary, 1850 82, and for twenty years president of the board. 
Trustee Maine Missionary Society, 1849-80. Moderator, Maine General Con- 
ference, 1846-8. Published : (1) Sermon before the Maine Missionary Soci- 
ety. 1836. (2) Discourse at Funeral of Rev. Jonathan Fisher, Bluehill. 



36 CONGREGATIONAL YEAR-BOOK. [1885. 

1847. (3) The Perseverance of the Saints. 1847. (4) Semi-Centennial of the 
Searsport Church. 1865. Married, 1827, June 5, Clara Matilda, daughter of 
John and Sarah (Buck) Benson, of Boston. Seven of twelve children are 
living. Died of old age, 1884, May 27, aged 86 years, 5 months, and 5 days. 

Titcomb, Stephen, son of Joseph and Mehetable (Belcher) Titcomb, was 
born in Farmington, Me., 1809, Sept. 16. Graduated, Bowdoin College, 1836. 
Studied law with Hon. Hiram Belcher, of Farmington, and practised law in 
that town and in East Wilton, 1839-50. Graduated, Bangor Theological Semi- 
nary, 1854. Ordained, Weld, Me., 1855, June 6; dismissed, 1807, Jan. 9. Acting 
pastor, North Farmington, 1867-8; Industry, 1868, December, to 1871, Feb- 
ruary. Without charge, Farmington, 1871, until death. Married, 1839, June 20, 
Apphia Hobbs, daughter of James and Temperance V. (Hobbs) Stanley, of 
Farmington, Me. She had one child, and died, 1843, Dec 18; and he married, 
1855, June 14, Harriet, daughter of Rev. Manning and Harriet (Crosby) Ellis, 
of Brooksville, Me., who died, 1882, Nov. 13. Five of her six children are 
living. Died of typhoid pneumonia, 1884, Jan. 22, aged 74 years, 4 mouths, 
and 8 days. 

Tompkins, George Truman, son of Isaac and Nancy (Condit) Tompkins, 
was born in Newark, N. J., 1833, Aug. 6. Student in Autioch College, Ohio, 
and in "some theological seminary in New York." Ordained, 1868 (1871?), 
in Davenport, Iowa. Presbyterian pastor, Grandview, Iowa, " several years." 
Acting pastor, Magnolia, Iowa, 1873-8; South Pueblo, Colorado, 1878. With- 
out charge, Magnolia, Iowa, 1879-81; Los Angeles, Cal., 18S2, until death. 
Married, 1857, Feb. 7, Jennie, daughter of Amos and Eliza Keut, of Grand- 
view, Iowa. Died of consumption, at Los Angeles, Cal., 1884, March 1, aged 
50 years, 6 months, and 25 days. 

Tokrey, Charles William, son of William Turner and Betsey (James) 
Torrey, was born in Canandaigua, N. Y., 1815, June 3. Preparatory study 
with his father. Graduated, Union College, 1838. Studied theology with 
Rev. Luther Halsey, d. d., and at Auburn Theological Seminary, 1842-4. 
Ordained, Presbyterian, at Cincinnati, Ohio, 1845, October. Agent, A. B. C. 
F. M., 1845-7. Installed, Second Presbyterian Church, Delaware, Ohio, 1847, 
Oct. 31; dismissed, 1850, April 15. Installed, East Cleveland, 1850, Oct. 1; 
dismissed, 1859, March 10. Installed, Madison, 1859, Oct. 1 ; dismissed, 
1867, Oct. 1. Acting pastor, Collamer, 1867, October, to 1876, October. 
Installed, Richmond, 1876, Nov. 15; resigned, 1881, April 15. Without 
charge, Kast Cleveland, 1881, until death. Married, 1847, Oct. 26, Eliza 
Maria, daughter of Isaac and Lorrain (Lathrop) Fitch, of Oberlin, Ohio. Of 
six children, two are living. Died of chronic bronchitis, 1884, April 18, aged 
68 years, 10 months, and 15 days. 

Twining, William, sou of Stephen and Almira (Catlin) Twining, was born 
in New Haven, Ct., 1805, Dec. 9. Graduated, Yale College, 1825. Member 
of Yale Theological Seminary, 1826, and Andover Theological Seminary, 1827. 
Ordained, Great Falls, N. H., 1830, Jan. 6. Acting pastor there, 1830, Jan- 
uary, to 1831. Installed, Appleton Street (now Eliot) Church, Lowell, Mass., 
1831, Oct. 4; dismissed, 1835, Aug. 25. Principal, Female Seminary, Madi- 
son, Ind., 1836-43. Professor of Mathematics, Natural Philosophy, and 
Astronomy, Wabash College, 1843-54. Without charge, Crawfordsville, 
Ind., 1854-9. Acting pastor, Beardstown, 111., 1859-63. Without charge, 



1885.] VITAL STATISTICS. 37 

St. Louis, until death. Published: Antiphoual Psalter and Liturgies, 1377. 
Married, 1830, June 1, Margaret Eliza, daughter of Horace and Catherine 
(Thorn) Johnson, of New York City, who died, 1873, Oct. 15. Five of eight 
children are living. Died of paralysis, in Laclede, a suburb of St. Louis, 
1884, June 5, aged 78 years, 5 months, aud 26 days. 

Valentine, Petek, son of Joha and Elizabeth (Pollett) Valentine, was 
born in Lancashire, Eng., 1810, April 14. Became an independent minister, 

1832, and came to America, 1842. Without charge, Philadelphia, Pa., 1842-5; 
Lanesville and White Haven, 1815-54. In Iowa, 1854-02. Acting pastor, De- 
Soto, Wis., 1864-7; Mt. Sterling, Wis., 1869-84. He leaves a widow aud two 
children. Died of tumor in the stomach, at Greenwood, Neb., 1884, Oct. 28, 
aged 74 years, 6 mouths, and 14 days. 

Walden, Islay, son of Ruth and Branson (Garner) Walden, was born on 
Deep River, in Raudolph Couuty, N. C., 1849. Graduated, Howard Univer- 
sity, 1876, aud New Brunswick Theological Seminary, 1879. Ordained, 
Reformed, at New Brunswick, N. J., 1879, May. Actiug pastor, Lassi- 
ter's Mills, N. C, 1879, until death. Published: Sacred Poems, 1877. pp 24. 
Ritual of the Golden Circle, and Miscellaneous Poems. Married, 18S2, May 
18, Elinor W., daughter of John V. and Catherine Farmer, of New Bruns- 
wick. Died at Strieby, N. C, 1881, Feb. 2, aged 35 years. 

Webster, John Calvin, d. d., son of Rev. Josiah and Elizabeth (Knight) 
Webster, was born in Hampton, N. H., 1810, Jan. 19. Graduated, Dartmouth 
College, 1832, and Andover Theological Seminary, 1835. Actiug pastor, 
Wells, Me., 1835-7. Ordained at Newburyport, 1837, March 15. Seamen's 
chaplain, Cronstadt, Ru'ssia, 1837-8. Installed, Hopkinton, Mass., 1838, Dec. 
19; dismissed, 1864, Dec. 12. Professor of Rhetoric, Logic, and Belles Let- 
tres, Wheaton College, 111., 1864-76. Without charge, 1876-8. Acting pas- 
tor, Lisbon, 1878-82. Without charge, Wheaton, 1882, until death. Received 
the honorary d. d. from his Alma Mater, 1882. Published: (1) Christian 
Politics: a sermon, 1846. (2) Worship and Work; or, The Life of Dea. 
Samuel Morse, of Hopkinton, 1860. (3) The Gospel the World's Disturber: 
a sermon, 1862. (4) A Pleasant Ministry: a quarter-century sermon, 
at Hopkiutou, 1863, Dec. ^0. Married, 1839, Jan. 1, Rebecca Gair, daughter 
of Capt. William and Rebecca S. (Gair) Russell, of Providence, who died, 
1846, Sept. 16, leaving one son. Married, 1847, Dec. 22, Elizabeth Ripley, 
daughter of Rev. Dr. Nathaniel and Harriet (Sherman) Bouton, of Concord, 
N. H. Four of eight children living. Died of heart disease, 1884, Aug. 12, 
aged 74 years, 6 months, and 23 days. 

White, Calvin, son of Israel and Margaret (Tubbs) White, was born in 
Raynham, Mass., 1799, Sept. 12. Monmouth (Me.) Academy, 1822-4. Grad- 
uated, Bangor Theological Seminary, 1S27. Ordained, at Robbinston, Me., 
1829, Oct. 28. Acting pastor there, 1829-32, July; Garland and Exeter, 

1833. Installed, Gray, 1833, Aug. 6; dismissed, 1837, May 31. Acting pastor, 
Hebron, 1838; Loudon, N. H., 1839, April, to 1841; Provincetown, Mass., 
1842; Dover, 1844-7; without charge, Gardiner, Me., 1819-57; Amherst, 
Mass., 1857, until death. Married, 1830, Feb 2, Mary Nye, daughter of John 
and Rebecca (Ellis) Dickinson, of East Machias, Me. She died, 1841, May 2. 
Three of her five children are living. Married, 1845, Jan. 8, Ellen Maria, 
daughter of Ebenezer and Eudoxia (White) Nickerson, of Boston, Mass. 



38 CONGREGATIONAL YEAR-BOOK. [1885. 

Of seven children, Ave are living. Died of catarrh of the stomach, 1884, Jan. 
26, aged 84 years, 4 months, and 14 days. 

"Williams, Samuel, son of Samuel and Hannah (Cheney) Williams, was 
born in Boston, Mass., 1803, July 2. Boston Latin School. Graduated, Har- 
vard Colle-e, 1824, and Andover Theological Seminary, 1828. Ordained, 
Brewster, Mass., 1832, April 25; dismissed, 1844, April 10. Pastor, Presby- 
terian Church, South Onandaga, N. Y., 1844-8. Without charge after, 
residing at Onandaga Valley, 1848-56; Middleboro, Mass., 1S56-74, and 
St. Paul, Minn., 1874, until death. Married, 1834, April 14, Temperance, 
daughter of Asa and Sarah (Seabury) Mayo, of Brewster, Mass., who died, 
1S79, Jan. 25. One son living; a daughter deceased. Died of old age, in 
St. Paul, Minn., 1884, Oct. 21, aged 81 years, 3 months, and 1!) days. 

Youngs, Christopher, son of Luther and Abigail (Wells) Youngs, was 
born at Aquebogue, in Riverhead, N. Y., 1809, March 14. Ordained, 1830, 
July 27. Acting pastor, Frankford and Wantage, N. Y., 1830-2; Northville, 
N. Y., 1832-3; Moriches, 1833-5; Wading River, 1835-41. Without charge, 
Aquebogue, 1841-51 and 1866-83. Acting pastor, Baiting Hollow, 1851-66. 
Without charge, Baiting Hollow, 1883, until death. Married, 1830, Sept. 9, 
Sarah A., daughter of Frederick and Catherine (Corseu) Lewis, of Wantage, 
N. Y. Of seven children, two daughters are living. Died of old age, 1884, 
June 7, aged 75 years, 2 months, and 23 days. 



1885.] 



VITAL STATISTICS. 



39 



SUMMARIES. 

DISEASE OR CAUSE OE DEATH. 

Accident, 2; apoplexy, 2; angina pectoris, 1; bowels, cancer of, 1, — inflammation of, 
1; Bright's disease, 5; bronchitis, 4; cerebral hemorrhage, 1; consumption, 5, — bron- 
chial, 1; cystitis, 2; dyspepsia, 1; fever, 1; heart disease, 7, — fatty degeneration of, 1; 
kidneys, congestion of, 1; liver complaint, 1, — abscess of, 1, — congestion of, 1; 
lungs, congestion of, 1; old age, 11; ossification of veins, 1; paralysis, 9; pneumonia, 
4, — bronchial, 1, — typhoid, 2; senile gangrene, 1; stomach, catarrh of, 1, — inflam- 
mation of, 1, — tumor in, 1; tuberculosis, 1; tumor, malignant, 1; unknown, 5. 

TABULAR VIEW, 1875-1883. 
I. Number, Age, and Service. 



Year. 



1875 
1876 
1877 
1878 
1879 
1880 
1881 
1882 
1883 
1884 



Whole No. 
of Deaths. 



63 

68 
60 
56 
74 
82 
85 
60 
78 
79 



705 



Average Age. 



62 yes 

66 

65 

(IT 
68 
(17 
(17 
(14 
64 
70 



(id 



firs, 8 months, 11 
26 



days. 



11 




11 

o 
9 
6 



11 
15 

1 
15 
12 
1L 
25 





17 



Average Length of Service. 



31 years, 7 months, 7 days. 
14 
8 
11 



35 
36 


' 8 

' 5 


36 ' 


« 2 


39 


' 8 


33 


' 


36 


' 3 


34 ' 


' 1 


33 


' 11 


39 ' 


' 10 



35 



11 
24 
13 
11 

n 



II. Age, by Decades. 



Year. 


Over 90. 


81-90. 


71-80. 


61-70. 


51-60. 


41-50. 


31-40. 


Under 31. 


1875 

1876 



1 


1 
1 
1 
1 
2 

1 


5 
11 
11 

9 
16 

8 
11 
10 
13 
23 


22 
24 
23 
18 
21 
16 
30 
14 
19 
24 


13 
15 
9 
15 
16 
32 
19 
12 
16 
10 


5 
5 
9 
3 
7 
6 
9 

10 
3 

13 


8 
7 
2 

5 
10 
9 
9 
5 
13 
4 


6 
4 
5 
6 
1 
7 
4 
6 
8 
3 


4 
1 
1 

2 
3 
1 
2 
2 
1 


1877 

1878 

1879 

1880 

1881 

1882 

1883 

1884 




8 


117 


211 


157 


70 


72 


50 


17 



40 



CONGREGATIONAL YEAR-BOOK, 



[1885. 



III. Education. 
Collegiate. 



Year. 


u 

oi 

s 

<j 


'o 
o 

m 


o 
u 

ca 


.a 

3 
O 

s 
a 


e 

o 

a 


ca 
M 


>> 

5 

s 


6 
1- 

O 


n 
o 
'5 
P 


> 
"E 

P 

> 


I 


a 


01 

O 




1875 

1876 

1877 

1878 

1879, ... 
1880 

1881. ... 

1882. , . 

1883. ... 
1884 , . . 


4 
9 
9 
7 
3 
5 
15 
12 
9 
2 


1 

3 

4 
2 
4 
3 
2 
3 
2 
5 


4 
3 

2 
2 
3 
3 
5 
3 
3 


6 

7 

8 

4 

10 

10 

6 

4 

12 

7 


l 
l 

2 



1 

3 





1 
1 
1 
3 
1 


1 

1 


5 
2 
2 
5 
3 

4 
4 
2 
5 



2 
3 
1 
1 
6 
4 
1 

1 


1 
2 
2 
2 
4 
3 
1 
2 
1 
2 


1 
3 
2 
1 
2 
1 
1 

1 
2 


2 
8 
4 

6 
9 
5 
3 
1 
6 


16 

10 

5 

7 

6 

10 

13 

7 

15 

15 


7 
5 
5 
5 
3 
5 
2 
6 
12 
6 


14 
12 
13 
17 
29 
26 
26 
12 
20 
24 


Total . . 


75 


29 


28 


74 


8 


9 


32 


19 


20 


14 


44 


104 


56 


193 



TV. Education. 
Theological 

























i> 








Year. 


u 

0> 

> 
o 

B 


3 


o 
bo 

p. 


o 
bo 

C3 
O 


c 
o 

C3 

a 


1 

a 


c 


c 


a 
o 

a 

c 


c 
o 

n 


> 

01 

PS 

01 




"5 


ti 

01 


a 
> 




"^ 


< 


« 


O 


a 



a 


t-5 


O 


2 


P 


^ 


O 


C- 


1875 


16 


7 


2 





2 





1 


2 


7 


3 


21 


1876 


22 


2 


4 





1 


2 





1 


6 


2 


2 


6 


2 


18 


1877 


20 


4 


4 


1 


1 


1 


1 


2 


4 


1 





5 





16 


1878 


21 


1 


2 


2 





2 











3 


1 


2 


3 


19 


1879 


19 





3 


1 


1 


2 


1 


1 


3 


6 





10 





27 


1880 


18 


2 


3 


1 


1 


7 


1 


11 


2 


4 





12 


3 


17 


1881 


25 


2 


6 


1 


1 


3 


1 


3 


1 


5 





11 


1 


25 


1882 ..... 


21 


4 


5 


2 








1 





1 


2 





6 


1 


17 


1883 


29 


3 


6 


3 


1 


2 


3 





1 


4 





8 


5 


13 


1884 


20 


o 


11 





1 


1 


1 


2 


2 


3 


1 


12 


1 


22 


Total.. 


201 


27 


46 


11 


7 


22 


9 


21 


22 


32 


4 


79 


19 


195 



1885.] 



VITAL STATISTICS. 



41 



V. Place of Birth and Death. 





Conn. 


Maine. 


Mass. 


N.H. 


R.I. 


Vt. 


N. E. 


N. Y. 


Other. 


o 


c 




.a 


a 


^ 




X, 


A 


,d 




r=- 


d 


JS 


^ 


.c 


rd 


.=' 


S 


J. 


,e 


a 


s 


P 


S 


r. 
<V 

P 


s 


a 
a 
P 


s 


P 


5 


c2 

P 


« 


0) 

p 




P 


5 


to 

p 


2 


P 


5 


1875... 


13 


12 


4 


2 


15 


12 


5 


4 








5 


1 


42 


31 


11 


5 


3 


27 


7 


1876... 


11 


5 


4 


3 


26 


19 


8 


2 


2 


2 


7 


6 


58 


37 


3 


7 


4 


24 


3 


1877... 


8 


8 


5 


1 


13 


14 


10 


3 





1 


8 


9 


44 


36 


6 


4 


8 


20 


2 


1878... 


9 


It) 


2 


1 


13 


16 


8 


2 








in 


7 


42 


36 


7 


2 


2 


U> 


5 


1879... 


8 


10 


7 


5 


19 


14 


8 


7 





2 


11 


4 


53 


42 


9 


10 


6 


21 


6 


1880 .. 


17 


7 


6 


1 


21 


23 


7 


2 


3 


1 


7 


6 


61 


40 


11 


9 


6 


32 


4 


1881... 


15 


Id 


2 


2 


23 


22 


7 


6 


I 


2 


10 


6 


58 


48 


11 


9 


V 


28 


9 


1882... 


7 


7 


3 


4 


24 


14 


4 


2 














44 


26 


4 


8 


7 


24 


5 


1883. . 


18 


8 


5 


4 


20 


19 


13 


5 


1 


1 


6 


4 


63 


41 


2 


10 


9 


26 


3 


1884... 


12 
118 


5 

82 


6 

44 


7 
30 


16 
190 


17 
170 


13 
83 


5 
38 



7 



9 


9 
79 


6 
49 


56 
520 


40 

378 


8 

72 


8 

72 


8 
66 


28 
246 


'i 
51 


Total, 



VI. Employment. 



Tear. 


1-4 

o 

Ph 


u 

o 


a 

bo 

3 
o 


<3J 

a 

9 


.3 

E 


'H5 
to 

p 

a 
> 


3 

0) 

<u 
w 


U 

o 


o 


1875 


12 

7 
10 

9 

9 
14 
11 

8 
10 

1 


11 

17 
8 
9 
7 

18 
12 
12 
20 
17 


32 
32 
31 
30 
50 
43 
47 
33 
41 
48 



3 
6 

5 

<) 


1 
2 
1 


l 
3 




2 



1 



2 



1 



1 








2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
2 


1 


9 


2 
1 
3 
1 
1 
1 
6 
1 
2 
3 


3 


1876 


3 


1877 


1 


1878 


1 


1879 


3 


1880 


2 


1881 


9 


1882 


4 


1883 

1884 


2 
7 






Total 


91 


131 


387 


20 


9 


2 


21 


35 







Note. — The limitations of the tables do not in all cases admit exactness. In the 
table of theological education, students who did not graduate are counted, and with- 
out distinction from graduates; but a name occurring in more than one seminary list 
is not repeated; and in the college lists a few students who were not alumni are 
counted with the graduates. 

The editor renews his earnest request to friends and to the secretaries of the State 
bodies for prompt information of the death of Congregational ministers, and for 
full and exact information on the model of the sketches above given. Obituary and 
eulogy beyoud, it is impossible to use here. 



42 



CONGREGATIONAL YEAR-BOOK. 



[1885. 



INDEX OF NAMES. 

VITAL STATISTICS, 1881-5. 



The figures refer to the year 
found. 

Adams, George B. 
Adams, Thomas, d. d. 
Aiken, John P. 
Aiken, William P. 
Alden, Lucius, 
Allen, Cyrus W. 
AlleD, George, 
Allen, Joshua W. 
Alvord, John W. 
Anderson, James, 
Anderson, Rufus, d. d. 
Arms Hiram P., d. d. 
Ash, William H. 
Ashby, John L. 
Atkinson. William B. 
Austin, Henry A. 
Avers, Frederick H. 
Bacon, Leonard, D. d., ll. d. 
Bacon, William T. 
Bagster, Walter W. 
Baldwin, Curtis C. 
Baldwin, John, 
Baldwin, John D. 
Ballard, James, 
Barker, Isaac, 
Barker, Nathaniel, 
Barnard, Stephen A. 
Barney, James O. 
Barrows, George W. 
Barrows, Homer, 
Bartlett, Joseph, 
Bartlett, Leavitt, 
Barton, Alanson L. 
Barton, Frederick A. 
Bassett, Edward B. 
Bassett, John F. 
Bassett, William E. 
Batchelder, John L. 
Battey, Joel, 
Beach, Aaron C. 
Beaman, Charles C. 
Bean, David M. 
Belden, Henry, 
Benedict, Lewis, 
Bennett, Joseph L. 
Benson, Almoti, 
Bigelow, Andrew, D. D. 
Birchard, William M. 
Birge, Eleazer C. 
Blake, Henry B. 
Blakeslee, Samuel V. 
Bliss, Asher, 
Bond, Alvan, D. P. 
Bonney, Nathaniel G. 
Bowersox. .lames, 
Boynton, Charles B , D. D. 
Bramau, Milton P., D. d. 
Breed, Charles C. 
Bronson, George F. 



and page of the Year-Book, where the name will be 



1882 17 

1882 17 
1881 lfi 
1885 17 
1885 17 

1883 17 

1884 17 
1883 17 
1881 lfi 
1S82 17 

1881 16 

1883 17 

1884 17 

1882 18 

1882 18 

1883 18 
1882 18 
1882 18 

1882 21 

1883 18 

1885 17 

1881 17 

1884 17 

1882 22 

1881 17 
1884 18 

1884 18 
188L 17 

1882 22 

1882 22 

1883 18 

1885 17 

1884 18 

1882 22 

1883 18 
1882 22 

1882 23 

1885 17 

1883 19 
1882 23 

1884 18 

1885 18 
1885 18 

1882 21 

1883 19 
1885 19 

1883 19 

1884 19 

1883 19 

1885 19 

1884 19 

1882 23 

1883 19 

1884 19 

1881 27 
1884 20 

1883 20 

1882 24 

1884 20 



Brown, George, 1885 19 

Brown, Hope, 1884 20 

Brown, Tlieophilus S. 1882 24 

Burnham, Charles, 1884 20 

Burt, Daniel, 1882 24 

Bush, Charles P., D. D. 1881 18 

Bushnell, Horace, 18S4 21 

Butler, Franklin, 1881 18 

Butler, Jeremiah, 1881 18 

Campbell, Alexander B. 1883 20 

Carpenter, Henry, 1885 19 

Ch .ffee, Thomas F. 1883 20 

Chamberlain, Charles, 1882 24 

Chamberlain, Uriah T. 1881 19 

Chandler, Augustus, 1881 19 

Churchill, John, L881 19 

Clapp, Charles L. 1885 20 

Clarke, Dorus, d. d. 1885 20 

Clark, Nelson, 188L 19 

Clement, Jonathan, d. d. 1882 25 

Coan, Titus, i>. d. 1884 21 

Cobb, Frank W. 1881 20 

Cole, Albert, 1882 25 

Collins, Charles T. 1884 21 

Conant, Liba, 1882 25 

Converse, John K. 1881 20 

Coppy, Anthony, 1882 26 

Cornwell, Isaac D. 1885 20 

Cowles, Chauncey D. 1882 26 

Cowles, Henry, d. d. 1882 26 

Curtice, Corhan, 1882 26 

Curtiss, Dan C. 1884 22 

Curtiss, Samuel I. 1881 20 

dishing, Christopher, D. D. 1882 26 

Cushing, James R. 1882 27 

Cushman, Chester L. 1882 27 

Cutter, Edward F., d. d. 1881 21 

Daggett, Oliver E, d.d. 1881 21 

Davies, David R. 1882 28 

Davies. John, 1882 28 

Davis, Elnathan, 1882 28 

Davis. Franklin, 1883 21 

Dav, Samuel, 1882 28 

Dering, Charles T. 1881 22 

Dickinson, James T. 1885 21 

Diman, Jeremiah L., d. d. 1882 28 

Dodson, George, 1881 22 

Dole George T. 1885 21 

Doolittle, Edgar J. 1884 22 

Dow, Ezrkiel, 18*5 21 

Downs, Edward C. 1885 21 

Drake, Samuel S. 1884 22 

Dudley, Horace F. 1885 22 

Dyer.EbenezerP. 1882 21 

Eastman, John, 1881 22 

Edgar, John C. 1882 29 

Ela, Benjamin, 1882 29 

Ely, Isaac M. 1881 22 

Ely, W T illiam B. 1881 23 



1885.] 



VITAL STATISTICS. 



43 



Emerson, Oliver, 
Emery, Joshua, 
Emmons. Amzi B. 
Everts, Reuben, 
Fairley, Samuel, 
Ferrin, Clarke E. 
Fessenden, Samuel C. 
Fisher, George W. 
Fitts, Calvin R. 
Fletcher, Adin H. 
Flint, Ephraim P., d. r>. 
Foster, Amos, 
Foster, Eden B., d. d. 
Fowler, William C, ll. d. 
Freeman, Joseph, 
Fuller, Francis L. 
Gale, Wakefield, 
Gannett, Allen, 
Gardner, Theodore A. 
Gaylord, Reuben, 
Gavlord, William L. 
Gilbert, Charles M. 
Glines, Jeremiah, 
Goodyear, George, 
Graves, Roswell, 
Grawe, John F. 
Greene, Henry S. 
Griffiths, James, 
Griggs, Leverett, d. d. 
Hall, Eusebius, 
Hallock, William A., D. d. 
Hamlin, Austin N. 
Hand, Frederick A. 
Hanna, John A. , 
Harding, Willard M. 
Harker, Mifflin. 
Hewitt, Enoch N. 
Hickok, Henry P. 
Hidden, Ephraim N. 
Hinckley, William H. 
Hoadley, Loammi S. 
Hobbs, Simon L. 
Holbrook, Daniel S. 
Hooker, Henry B., d. d. 
Hosford, Isaac, 
Hou»hton, Amasa, 
Houghton, James C. 
Howard, Jabez T. 
Howe, Benjamin, 
Howe, Elbridge G. 
Howl and, Freeman P. 
Hubbell, Stepheu, 
Humphreys, Humphrey, 
Hunt, Lewis M. 
Hunt, Myron W. 
Hunt, Nathan S. 
Hurd, John C. 
Hyde, Henry F. 
Ide, Jacob, d. d. 
Jacobus, Isaac, 
Jenkins, William, 
Jenney, Elisha, 
Jewett, William R. 
Johnson, Edwin, 
Johnson, Joseph R. 
Jones, Darius E. 
Jones, George M. 



1884 


22 


18H3 


21 


1883 


21 


1885 


22 


1882 


30 


1882 


30 


1883 


22 


1885 


22 


1884 


22 


1881 


23 


1883 


22 


1885 


22 


1883 


22 


1882 


30 


1884 


23 


1882 


31 


1882 


31 


1882 


31 


1881 


23 


1881 


23 


1884 


23 


1883 


23 


18S2 


32 


1885 


23 


1884 


23 


1883 


23 


1881 


24 


1882 


32 


1884 


24 


1881 


24 


1881 


24 


1882 


32 


1881 


25 


1881 


25 


1881 


25 


1883 


23 


1881 


25 


1885 


23 


1881 


25 


1882 


32 


1884 


25 


1884 


25 


1882 


32 


1882 


33 


1884 


25 


1885 


23 


1881 


26 


1884 


25 


1884 


26 


1885 


23 


1883 


23 


1885 


24 


1882 


33 


1881 


26 


1882 


33 


1883 


24 


1883 


24 


1881 


26 


1881 


26 


1884 


26 


1885 


24 


1883 


24 


1883 


24 


1884 


26 


1882 


33 


1882 


34 


1885 


24 



Joseph, Watkin B. 1884 26 

Keep, John R. 1885 24 

Kendall, Henry L. 1884 27 

Ketchum, Silas, 1881 27 

Kilbourn, James, 1884 27 

Kimball, James P. 1883 24 

Kimball, Woodbury S. 1883 25 

Kinne, George W. 1881 27 

Kittredge, Charles B. 1885 25 

Labaree, Bernamin, D. D. 1884 27 

Lamb, Ezra E. 1884 28 

Lancaster, Daniel, 1881 27 

Landfear, Rodolphus, 1881 28 

Lasell, Nathaniel, 1881 28 

Lawrence, Edward A., D. d. 1884 28 

Lawton, Sanford, 1883 25 

Lee, Samuel, 1882 34 

Libby, Isaac H. 1884 29 

Little, Levi, 1884 29 

Locke, Isaac N. 1883 25 

Lord, Thomas N. 1885 25 

Lowry. Samuel E. 1885 26 

Luce, Leonard, 1885 26 

Lyman, David B. 1885 26 

Lyman, Ephraim, 1881 28 

Lyman, Timothy, 1884 29 

Mackay, William. 1883 25 

Magill, Seagrove W., d. d. 1885 26 

Ma'ltby, Erastus, 1884 29 

Mann, Joel, 1885 26 

Manning, Jacob M., d. d. 1883 26 

Marden, Augustus S. 1883 26 

Marsh, John T. 1885 27 

Martin, Benjamin N., D. D. 1884 30 

Maxwell, Abraham, 1883 27 

McCary, Robert, 1884 30 

McCollom, Julius C. 1884 30 

McCracken, Francis, 1881 28 

McE wen, Robert, d. D. 1884 30 

McLean, Allen, 1883 26 

McLean, James, 1885 27 

McLoney, John N. 1885 27 

McLoud, Anson, 1884 30 

Mead, Hiram, r>. d. 1882 34 

Means, John O., D. D. 1884 31 

Melvin, Charles T. 1881 29 

Merrill, James L. 1881 29 

Merritt, William C. 1881 29 

Metcalf, Daniel, 1885 27 

Mills, Charles L. 1885 28 

Miner, Nathaniel, 1885 28 

Monroe, Benjamin F. 1882 35 

Montague, Enos J. 1881 29 

Morgan, John, d. d. 1885 28 

Morgan, Louis P. 1885 29 

Morgan, Stillman, 1881 30 

Morris, Edward, 1885 29 

Morris, Henry, 1882 35 

Morton, William D. 1882 35 

Mulder, William, 1883 27 

Nail, James, 1881 30 

North, Simeon, d. d., ll. d. 1885 29 

Northrup, Joseph A. 1881 30 

Otis, Orin F. 1884 31 

Overton, Alfred A. 1883 27 

Packard, Alpheus S., D.D. 1885 30 

Packard, David T. 1881 30 



44 



CONGREGATIONAL YEAR-BOOK. 



[1885. 



Page, Jesse, 


1884 


31 


Paine, John C. 


1881 


30 


Parker, Woo^ter, 


1885 


30 


Parkinson, Royal, 


1884 


31 


Parrnelee, Horace M. 


1881 


31 


Parraelee, Howard R. 


1881 


32 


Parrnelee, Simeon, d. d. 


1883 


27 


Parmenter. Cliai les 0. 


1881 


31 


Partridge, Samuel H. 


1885 


31 


Pease, Giles, 


1883 


27 


Peckham, Joseph, 


1885 


31 


Pennell, Lewis, 


1884 


32 


Pennoyer, Andrew L. 


1882 


36 


Perkins, Henry K. W. 


1885 


31 


Phelps, Eliakim, d. d. 


1881 


31 


Pierce, George, 


1882 


36 


Pierce, John D. 


1883 


28 


Pike, Josiah W. C. 


1881 


32 


Pinkertou, Myron W. 


1881 


32 


Place, Olney, 


1881 


32 


Piatt, Merit G. 


1881 


32 


Piatt, William, 


1831 


33 


Plummer, Isaac W. 


1882 


36 


Poineroy, Jeremiah, 


1882 


3i ; 


Pond, Enoch, D. d. 


1883 


28 


Potter, Daniel F. 


1885 


31 


Powell, John J. 


1883 


30 


Powell, Llewellyn R. 


1884 


32 


Pratt, Henry, 


1881 


33 


Pratt. Miner S. 


1885 


32 


Pulsifer, Daniel, 


1882 


37 


Pun chard. George, 


1881 


33 


Ranney, Timothy E. 


1885 


32 


Reed, Andrew H. 


1882 


37 


Reed, Frederick A. 


1884 


32 


Rice, John, 


1881 


33 


Richards, Austin, d. d. 


1884 


33 


Richards, S unuel T. 


1882 


37 


Richards, William M. 


1883 


30 


Richardson, Elias H., d. d. 


1884 


33 


Richardson, Gilbert B. 


1884 


33 


Richardson, Henry, 


1882 


.".7 


Riggs, Thomas, 


1882 


37 


Roberta, Bennett, 


1881 


34 


Rockwell, Charles, 


1883 


30 


Rockwell, Samuel, 


1881 


34 


Rockwoo 1, Samuel L. 


1882 


38 


Rood, Heman, d. d. 


1883 


31 


Root, Edward W. 


1883 


31 


Root, Marvin, 


1882 


38 


Rowel 1, George B. 


1885 


32 


Russell, William P. 


1881 


34 


Salmon, Ebenezer P. 


1881 


3.", 


Sanderson, Alonzo, 


1883 


31 


Sanford, Bialis, 


1881 


3,5 


San ford, Henry F. 


1883 


32 


Schauffler, Wm. G., d. d., ll 


■D. 1S84 


33 


Scotford, John, 


1882 


38 


Scruton, Herbert M. 


1884 


34 


Searle, Richard T. 


1881 


3,5 


Sellers, Edward B. 


1884 


34 


Sewall, William S. 


1885 


32 


ShepW, David, d. d. 


1882 


39 


Sh err ill. Franklin G. 


1885 


32 


Short, J. dm T. 


1884 


31 


Skeele, John P. 


1882 


39 



Smith, Buel W. 
Smith, Charles E. 
Smith, Henry B. 
Smith, James A. 
Smith, John C. 
Smith, John D.. m. d. 
Smith, Joseph M. 
Snow, Aaron, 
Snow, Benjamin G. 
Snow, Roswell R. 
Soule, J. P. 
Soutbworth, Benjamin, 
Spaulding, William A. 
Spuilding, William S. 
Stearns, Jesse G. D. 
Stewart. Amasa, 
Stiles, Edmund R. 
Stone, Harvey M. 
Stratton, Samuel F. 
Streeter, Sereno W. 
Strickland, Micah W. 
Stuart, Robert, 
Sullivan. Zachary T. 
Swift, Alfred B. 
Swift, Edward H. 
Tarleton, Joseph W. 
Taylor, Frank H. 
Taylor, John L., D. D. 
Tenny, Erdix, n.D. 
Terry, Cnssius M. 
Thacher. Isaiah C. 
Thayer, Frederick A. 
Thayer, William W. 
Thomas, Chauncey B. 
Thompson, Samuel H. 
Thurston, Stephen, d. d, 
Titcomb, Stephen. 
Tolman, George B. 
Tompkins, George T. 
Torrey, Charles \V. 
Tracy. Caleb B. 
Tuthill. George. M. 
Twichell, Royal, 
Twining, William, 
Utley, Samuel, 
Valentine, Peter, 
Walcott, Jeremiah W. 
Walden, Islay, 
Walker, George W. 
Warren, Charles J. 
Washburn, Asahel C. 
Webster, John C, D. D. 
Wells, Ashbel S. 
Wells, Milton, 
Weston, Henry C. 
Wethrell, Isaac, 
Wheeler, Winthrop F. 
Whipple, John D. 
White, Calvin, 
White, Orin W. 
Willey, Isaac, 
Williams, Lewis, 
Williams, Samuel, 
Windsor, John W. 
Young, Samuel, 
Youngs, Christopher, 



1883 32 

1884 35 
1883 32 

1883 32 

18S5 33 

1885 33 

1884 35 
1881 35 

1881 36 
1K81 36 

1882 39 

1884 35 

1885 33 
1885 33 

1883 32 
1885 34 
1882 39 

1882 39 

1884 35 

1851 36 

1885 34 
1885 34 

1883 33 
1885 34 

1884 35 

1884 36 

1885 35 
1885 35 

1883 33 
1882 40 

1881 36 
1SS4 36 

1882 40 
1882 40 

1881 37 
18S5 35 
1885 36 

1884 36 

1885 36 
1885 36 

1882 41 

1884 36 

1883 33 

1885 36 

1884 37 

1885 37 

1881 37 
1885 37 

1882 41 
1884 37 
1884 37 
1.S85 37 
18*4 37 

1881 37 

1884 38 

1882 41 

1882 41 

1883 33 

1885 37 
1881 38 
1881 38 

1881 38 
1885 38 

1852 41 

1882 42 
1885 38 



1885.] NATIONAL SOCIETIES. 45 

THE NATIONAL SOCIETIES. 



AMERICAN BOARD OP COMMISSIONERS FOR FOREIGN 

MISSIONS. 

Founded in 1810. 

President. — Rev. Mark Hopkins, d. d., ll. d., Williamstown, Mass. 

Vice-President. — Eliphalet W. Blatchford, Esq., Chicago, 111. 

Corresponding Secretaries. — Rev. N. George Clark, d. d.; Rev. Edmdnd K, 

Alden, d. d.; Rev. Judson Smith, d. d. 
Treasurer. — Langdon S. Ward. 

Editor of Missionary Herald. — Rev. Elnathan E. Strong, d. d. 
Publishing and Purchasing Agent. — Charles Hutchins. 

P. O. address of the above, 1 Somerset Street, Boston, Mass. 

District Secretaries. , 39 Bible House, New York City. 

Rev. Simon J. Humphrey, d. d., 112 Washington Bd., Chicago, 111. 

The American Board, the oldest Foreign Missionary Society in the United States, 
was formed at Bradford. Mass., June 29, 1810, and held its first meeting at Farming- 
ton, Conn., Sept. 5 of the Sime year. Its record of seventy-five years will be 
reviewed at its next annual meeting, to be held in Boston, Oct. 13-16, 1885. Its mis- 
sion fields now occupied are, Northern and Western Mexico; the Hawaiian and 
Micronesian I.-lands of the Pacific; Northern and Southern Japan; Northern China; 
Shansein Northwestern China; Foochow and HongKong in Southern China; Ceylon; 
Madura, in Southern India; the. Maratha field in Western India, including the im- 
portant centres of Bombay and Ahmednagar; East Central Africa; the Zulus of 
Southern Africa; "West Central Africa; Eastern Turkey from Mardin to Erzroom, in- 
cluding the educational centre Harpoot; Central Turkey, including the important 
cities of Aintab and Marash; Western Turkey, from Trebizond to Constantinople, 
including Cesarea, Marsovan, Smyrna, Broosa, and Nicomedia; European Turkey, 
from Constantinople to Samokov in Bulgaria, including Monastir in Macedonia and 
Philippopolis in East Roumelia; Austria, emphasizing the Bohemian work in Prague; 
and Northern and Northwestern Spain, this work centring in San Sebastian on the 
Bay of Biscay, and in Zaragoza, in the Province of Aragon. 

This wide-extended work embraces direct evangelistic effort through missionaries 
and native helpers; an immense educational trust, extending from the primary school 
to the college and theological seminary; Sunday-school instruction; the preparation, 
publication, and circulation in different languages, of books, tracts, and newspapers; 
assistance in the erection of buildings for churches and schools; giants in aid to feeble 
churches and to native Rome-missionary societies; the humane service of missionary 
physicians, sometimes in the care of large dispensaries and hospitals; also charitable 
ministry, continuous and varied, to the sick, the poor, and the oppressed. 

Pastors in presenting the foreign work to their churches are dt sired to emphasize 
this fact, that these several departments of labor on the foreign field are carried on 
under one administration, and that contributions, therefore, should he proportion- 
ately enlarged. If one half of the benevolent contributions of the* churches should 
be given to this broad work of reaching the unevangelized millions of other lands, it 
would probably not be too large a proportion. 

The Woman's Boards, which co-opt rate with the American Board, are doing aroyal 
service, not only securing, mainly from the women of the churches, large contribu- 
tions, — the annual average of which, during recent years, has been over $100,000, — 
but also educating and training children and young people to an intelligent interest 
in missionary work. These Boards can be addressed at No. 1 Congregational House, 
Boston, at 75 Madison Street, Chicago, and at 1312 Taylor Street, San Francisco. 

The latest statistics of the American Beard leport 22 missions, 820 stations and out- 
stations, 413 missionaries and assistant missionaries, 1,821 native laborers, [292 churches 
with over 21,000 members, nearly 2,400 of these received on confession ot faith during 
the past year; 88 high schools and seminaries for young men and young women, with 
nearly 4,000 students, and a total of nearly 37,000 children and youth under Christian 
instruction. The appropriations for 1885 already amount to over $600,000, and it is 
desirable that the receipts for this memorable year should reach, if possible, $750,000, 
— a thank-offering of $10,000 for each of the 75 years of our history. An average ad- 
vance of donations of about fifty per cent will secuie this honorable record. Atten- 
tion is called to the Missionary Herald, the Mission Layspring, and Life and Light ; 
also to the Children's Morning Star Mission, a special for Sunday schools. Our 
main instrumental reliance is upon the pasters of churches, themselves full of mis- 
sionary information and zeal. 



46 CONGREGATIONAL YEAR-BOOK. [1885. 

Financial Statement of the A. B. C. F. M., for the Year ending Aug. 31, 1884 

EXPENDITURES. 

COST OF MISSIONS. 

Mission to West Central Africa $1,253 39 

Mission to East Central Africa 7,496 93 

Zulu Mission 21 ,415 31 

Mission to European Turkey 36,906 09 

Mission to Western Turkey 83,432 88 

Mission to Central Turkey 31,397 44 

Mission to Eastern Turkey 44,672 04 

Maratha Mission 29,962 89 

Madura Mission 41,069 41 

Ceylon Mission 15,007 49 

Foochow Mission 8,776 27 

Hong Kona: Mission 2,239 56 

Shanse Mission 10,025 82 

North China Mission 47,312 94 

Mission to Japan 63,006 22 

Northern Japan Mission 10,670 46 

Sandwich Islands (grants to schools and former missionaries) 13,867 33 

Micronesia Mission 14,585 97 

Mission to Northern Mexico 3,926 90 

Mission to Western Mexico 7,720 82 

Mission to Spain 15.432 49 

Mission to Austria 7,993 99 

$518,172 64 

COST OF AGENCIES. 

Salaries of District Secretaries, their travelling expenses, and those of 

missionaries visiting the churches, and other like expenses 7,501 34 

COST OF PUBLICATIONS. 

Missionary Herald (including salaries of Editor 
and General Agent, and copies sent gratu- 
itously, according to the rule of the Board, 
to pastors, honorary members, donors, etc.) $19,165 17 

Less amount received from subscribers, $10,144.29 

and for advertisements 6,725.23 16,869 52 

$2,295 65 



All other publications 2,645 30 



COST OF ADMINISTRATION. 

Department of Correspondence $9,452 54 

Treasurer's Department 5,377 17 

New York City 1,101 43 

Miscellaneous Items (including care of "Missionary Rooms," 
repairs, coal, gas, postage, stationery, copying and 
printing, library, anniversary at Boston, honorary 
members' certificates, etc.) 6,179 41 



4,940 95 



22,110 55 

$552,725 48 
Balance on hand Aug. 31, 1884 863 98 

Total $553,589 46 



RECEIPTS. 

Donations, as acknowledged in the Missionary Herald $392,864 99 

Legacies, " " " " 115,567 94 

Interest on General Permanent Fund 9,039 47 

From the Asa Otis Legacy 34,894 70 

$552,367 10 

Balance on hand Sept. 1, 1883 , 1,222 36 

$553,589 46 



1885.] NATIONAL SOCIETIES. 47 

LEGACY OF ASA OTIS, NEW LONDON, CONN. 

In accordance with the action of the Board at its Annual Meeting in 1879 (see 
Annual Report, p. xi), the Prudential Committee has made and expended the fol- 
lowing appropriations from the Otis Legacy, included in the foregoing statement, 
viz. : — 
For new Missions, 

West Ceutral Africa Mission $1,165 53 

East Central Africa Mission 7,496 93 

Hong Kong Mission 1,728 56 

Shanse Mission , 9,903 32 

Northern Japan Mission 10,670 46 

Mission to Northern Mexico 3,926 90 

$34,894 70 

Received from the Legacy of Asa Otis $13,179 89 

Received from the Income of same during the year 21,714 81 

$34,894 70 
Balance of securities remaining in the Treasurer's hands, 

Sept. 1, 1883, at par $269,983,31 

Appraised value of same $318,406 00 

Received from Premiums on Sales 1,100 00 

Received from Dividends and Interest 21,714 81 

$292,798 12 
Expende 1 as ahove 34,894 70 

Balance, Aug. 31, 1884 $257,903 42 

Appraised value of Securities now held $305,553 50 

Note. By vote of the Board the balance above mentioned ($257,903.42) i3 available only for 
New Missions. 

PERMANENT FUNDS OF THE BOARD. 

The General Permanent Fund, Sept. 1, 1883 $163,047 32 

Added during the year - 500 

$163,547 32 

The Permanent Fund for Officers, Sept. 1, 1884 $59,608 00 

The Income of the Fund for Officers, applied to salaries, was 4,268 59 



LANGDON S. WARD, Treasurer. 



AMERICAN COLLEGE AND EDUCATION SOCIETY. 

Formed by the union, in 1874, of the "American Education Society " and the 
" Society for the promotion of Collegiate and Theological Education." The Amer- 
ican Education Society was organized aud received its charter from Massachusetts in 
the year 1816. The College Society, as the other organization was popularly called, 
was formed in 1843. It was for years a voluntary association without a charter. In 
1872 it received a charter also from the State of Massachusetts. These two organiza- 
tions were brought together under a new charter from the same State in May, 1874. 

Officers, 1884-85. (Office, No. 10 Congregational House, Boston, Mass.) 
President. — Hon. Nathaniel Shipman, of Hartford, Conn. 
Vice-Presidents.— Rev. Isaac P. Langworthy, d. d., Boston, and Samuel Holmes, 

New York City. 
Secretary. — Rev. John A. Hamilton, Boston. 
Treasurer. — James M. Gordon, Boston. 
Assistant Treasurer. —Rev. A. H. Clapp, d. d., Bible House, New York. 

Income for the year ending April 30, 1884, $110,372.14. Of the whole income, $88,- 
137.10 was contributed for colleges aud paid to them. The sum of $18,550 was paid 
to studeuts fitting for the ministry. The balance was for current expenses. 



48 CONGREGATIONAL YEAR-BOOK. |"1885. 

In both departments the Society has had a large agency in the formation of society 
throughout tlie great West. The men who were pioneers m the work of preaching 
the gospel in the new settlements, and in the founding of churches and schools, were 
largelv educated by this Society. The colleges which are now among the foremost in 
these Western fields were largely built up by the same agency. 

The whole number of young men assisted by the Society in their studies for the 
ministry since 1816 is 7,07b'. The institutions at the "West which have been assisted 
by the Society since 1843 are the following, viz. : Western Reserve, Illinois, Wabash, 
and Marietta Colleges, and Lane Theological Seminary. These five are the institu- 
tions which the Society took under its care at the beginning, in 1843. Those which 
have since been received on the list ar ■ Knox, Beloit, Thayer, Wittenberg, Oberlin, 
and Berea Colleges, the College of California, Pacific University, Olivet, Ripon, 
Iowa, Carleton, Doane, Drury, Washburn, and Colorado Colleges, and Pacific Theo- 
logical Seminary. 

During the past year Olivet and Washburn Colleges, and Pacific Theological Sem- 
inary have passed off the list, and Whitman College, Walla Walla, Washington 
Territory, has been taken on. 

The number of young men receiving assistance from the Society during the last 
financial year is 336. 

At the time when the Education Society began its work of helping young men 
into the Christian ministry, in the year 1816, the condition of things in this country 
was very peculiar. The great movement of emigration toward the West was setting 
in with strength. The American Board had been organized a few years before, and 
the cause of foreign missions was taking strong hold upon the churches. But " the 
laborers were few." Ever since the close of the Revolutionary war, the churches 
had been in a confused and preoccupied state, and the number of men coming for- 
ward for the work of the ministry was alarmingly small. It was in such a state of 
things that this Society began its enterprise. Through the aid thus afforded, and 
through the impulses thus imparted, a host of living preachers was raised up to go 
with the moving colonies out into the fields of the West, or to go far hence to the 
Gentiles, to proclaim the Gospel of salvation through Jesus Christ. A work of ines- 
timable importance for the Christianizing and civilizing of our own land was accom- 
plished by this instrumentality. The ministers raised up by this Society became to 
a large extent the pioneers in the way of founding churches, schools, colleges, 
throughout all those Western fields, while in foreign lands half the missionaries 
laboring under the care of the American Board had been brought forward in the 
same way. 

FORM OF BEQUEST. 

I do hereby give and bequeath to the "American College and Education 

Society" the sum of dollars, to be paid within months after my decease, 

and to be applied to the uses and purposes of that Society. 
Thirty dollars constitutes an honorary membership. 



Receipts and Payments A. C. and Ed. Soc, Year ending April 30, 1881. 

receipts. 

Donations $78,755 72 

Legacies 25,750 00 $104,505 72 

Income Scholarship Fund 5,866 42 

Gift to Scholarship Fund 20,000 00 

Total $110,372 14 

Balance on hand April 30, 1883. 757 00 

PAYMENTS. 

Appropriations to Students $18,550 00 

Payments to Colleges : 

Olivet College $11,500 00 

Iowa College 23,264 85 

Ripon College 1,250 00 

Washburn College 10,800 00 

Colorado College 4,751 54 

Carleton College 20,139 26 

Doane College 7,886 57 

Whitman College 8,544 88 $88,137 10 



1885.] NATIONAL SOCIETIES. 49 

Expenses: Salary of Secretary, $2,500, less income of Secre- 
tary Fund, $631.50 $1,868 50 

Salary of Treasurer 750 00 

Travelling expenses of Secretary 61 81 

Rent, heating room, and tax 603 99 

Kent of box and postage 101 00 

Anniversary expenses 17 80 

Printing and advertising 68 43 

Printing Annual Report 247 44 

American Home Missionary Society, use of magazine 200 00 

Care of office and help ou report and circulars 60 18 

Insurance 12 5 4,000 65 

$110,687 75 
Surplus, April 30, 1884 1 441 38 

$111,129 13 

PERMANENT FUNDS. 

[The items of investment are given in full in the Annual Report of 1884.] 

Scholarship Fund s $91,718 75 

Secretary Fund 11,700 00 

Total of Permanent Funds $103,418 75 

Income of Scholarship Fund for the year ending April 30, 1884 $5,866 42 

'• " Secretary Fund 63150 



THE AMERICAN CONGREGATIONAL ASSOCIATION 

Was organized May 25, 1853, at Boston, and received its charter from the Massachu- 
setts Legislature, April 12, 1854. Its present officers are : — 
Samuel D. Warren, Boston, President. 
Rufus S. Frost, Boston, Chairman of Board of Directors. 
Samuel, T. Snow, Boston, Treasurer. 

Rev. Isaac P. Lang worthy, d. d., Boston, Corresponding Secretary and Librarian. 
Rev. Daniel P. Noyes, Wilmington, Mass., Recording Secretary. 
Miss Mary E. Stone, Boston, Assistant Librarian. 

Directors. — Rev. Alonzo H. Quiut, d. d.; Rev. Henry M. Dexter, d. d.; Hon. 
Rufus S. Frost; Rev. N. G. Claik, d. d.; Hon. James White; Frank Wood; Rev. 
Jos. T. Duryea, D. D.; Rev. John L. Withrow, d. d. ; Rev. Joshua Coit; Marquis F. 
Dickinson ; Edward A. Studley; S. Brainerd Pratt; Rev. I. N. Tarbox, d. d. ; Rev. 
Michael Bnrnham, together with the. Treasuier and Secretaries. 

The object of this Association is " to establish and perpetuate the religious history 
and literature of New England, and for the erection of a suitable building for the 
accommodation of the same, and for the use of charitable societies ; also to do such 
acts as may promote the interest of Congregational churches," etc. 

Its library is intended for reference, having as its specialties everything published 
by the Pilgrims and Puritans, and their jfredecessors, contemporaries, and successors, 
which states or illustrates the principles and polity of Congregationalism, its history, 
its doctrine, its influence, and indeed the same things in rega'd to every denomina- 
tion ; thus everything ecclesiastical, — theology, controversy, results of councils, 
sermons, church manuals, minutes of religious bodies, every one ; Year-Books, and all 
such like ; also all local histories, county, State, and United States histories, 
genealogies, centennial, ordination, funeral, and all historical sermons, all commen- 
taries on the Scriptures, every biography, national, State, and municipal statistics, 
printed reports of all kinds, catalogues, obituary recoids, and inaugurals of all our 
literary institutions, together with any manuscripts, autographs, or mementos which 
relate to the objects above named. 

On the 20th of May, 1884, the library had 30,699 books — 6,389 of which were dupli- 
cates — and over 130,000 pamphlets, including duplicates, secured almost exclusively 
by gifts, as there has never been a dollar appropriated from the building fund with 
which to buy a book, nor can there be until the present onerous debt is greatly re- 
duced. Duplicates furnish a basis for exchanges, for which the Librarian has large 
facilities, and of which he avails himself to the uttermost ; and in this way he can 
assure all kindly disposed persons that they can send him no printed pamphlet or 
book that he cannot make useful here. 
4 



50 CONGREGATIONAL YEAR-BOOK. [1885. 

The library has now more of the early publications of our country and of the 
mother country which illustrate the principles and relate the deeds of our first set- 
tlers than any other public library in the United States ; but it is still lacking very 
much of this sort that is scattered here and there, essentially useless where it is, hut 
would be invaluable here ; also much more of the later and contemporaneous issues 
of the same general character found in every parish and town more or less. Now, 
let these be collected and sent here by some good friend in each church, as a few 
have already done. 

The Congregational House is a four-story granite structure, one hundred and three 
feet on Beacon Street, and ninetv-three feet on Somerset Street, having stores on 
lower floors on Beacon Street, and rooms above for the A B. C. F. M., the Woman's 
Board, the American College and Education Society, American Missionary Associa- 
tion, City Missionary Society, Woman's Home Missionary Society, Massachusetts 
Home Missionary Society, American Peace Society, the Congregationalist, etc. The 
fire-proof library room is in a connected building ; accessible, light, pleasant, safe, 
and has capacity for more than 100,000 volumes. 

The great want of this Association is the hearty sympathy and co-operation of 
every Congregationalist, express°d in "one fair contribution" from each of the 
more than 2,500 Congregational churches that haye not made it ; also gifts of 
twenties, fifties, hundreds, and thousands from the more highly favored ; testament- 
ary gifts, if not earlier bestowed Then this great property would be disencumbered, 
and all our strictly benevolent societies would be forever free from rent, thus insur- 
ing a good dividend to the cause of Christ upon every benefaction. 

Let all remittances and communications be addressed to 

ISAAC P. LANGWORTHY, Cor. Secretary, Boston, Mass. 



THE AMERICAN CONGREGATIONAL UNION. 
Room 59, Bible House, New York City. 
Organized May 11, 1853, and incorporated June 11, 1S53, in New York. 
President. — Rev. E. B. Webb, d. d., Boston, Mass. 
Corresponding Secretary. — Rev. L. H. Cobb, d. d., New York City. 
Treasurer. — H. O. Pinneo, 59 Bible House, New York City. 

Trustees. — Rev. A. H. Bradford, d. d. ; Charles H. Johnson, Montclair, N. J. ; 
Wm. J. Hunt, Jersey City, N. J.; Rev. Samuel Scovillk, Stamford, Conn.; 
Francis H. Stuart, M. D., Brooklyn, N. Y., for three years, 1884 to 1887; Rev. 
"Wm. Hayes Ward, d. d., Newark, N. J. ; Rev. S. H. Virgin, New York, N. Y. ; 
Jacob L. Halsey, .John "Wiley, Brick Church, N. J.; George Wilcox, 
Brooklyn, N. Y., for three years, 1883 to 1886; Rev. James G. Roberts, d. d., 
Rev. R. P. Hibbard, Henry Heath, Alonzo Alford, Brooklyn, N. Y.; 
Norman A. Calkins, New York, N. Y., for two years, 1883 to 1885. 

The Board meets regularly the second Wednesday of every month. 

Financial Statement. — For church building, balance on hand May 1, 1884, 
$22,09728. Total receipts for church building May 1 to Oct. 31, 1881, $21,932.52. 
Total resources for six months for church building, $47,029.80. 

Paid grants to aid in completing forty-ste houses of worship, May 1 to Oct. 31, 
1884, $33,110.00. Other disbursements, $4,583.52. Balance on hand Nov. 1, 1884, 
$9,330.28. Pledged, Nov. 1, 1884, to fifty churches, $24,125.00. Pledged in excess of 
funds, $14,794.72. 

For parsonage building, balance. May 1, 1884, $4,743.69. Receipts for parsonage 
building, May 1, 1884, to Oct. 31, 1884, $3,529.01. Total for parsonages in six months, 
$8,272.70. Paid nine parsonage loans, $2,575.00. Fourteen parsonage loans, out- 
standing Oct. 31, 1881, $5,063.00. Balance ia treasury Nov. 1, 1884, $5,697.70. 

Imperative Demands. — At the date of this writing, forty-eight applications for 
aid in church building, asking for $22,750.00, and five applications for aid in parson- 
age building, calling for $2,000.00, are on hand, waiting for funds to come in as a 
basis of aid. Some of these churches are in danger of losing the ground gained, and 
the hard-earned money they have expended to carry the work to where it now is. 

Not a dollar above absolute needs were the figures of the National Council. The 
$200,000 they recommended for this work is already covered by calls within the year. 
Nothing is more vital to home missions than the largest success of this branch of the 
work. About six hundred of our churches are still unhoused. In what way can 
wealth be turned to better account than in putting these churches in condition to 
live and work for God? 



1885.] NATIONAL SOCIETIES. 51 

AMERICAN HOME MISSIONARY SOCIETY. 

Office : 34 Bible House, Astor Place, New York. 

Incorporated under the laws of the State of New York ; was organized in New 
York City, May 10, 1826. 

officers. 

President. — Eev. Theodore D. "Woolsey, d. d., ll. d. 

Honorary Secretary. — Eev. David B. Coe, d. d. 

Secretaries for Correspondence. — Rev. Walter M. Barrows, d. d , Rev. Joseph 

B. Clark, d. d. 
Treasurer and E litor. — Eev. Alexander H. Clapp, d. d. 
Secretary of the Woman's Department. — Mrs. H. M. Shelton. 

superintendents. 

Rev. Henry A. Schauffler, Work among Bohemians, Poles, etc., Cleveland, O. 

Eev. Geo. E. Albrecht, Work among Germans, Davenport, la. 

Eev. M. W. Montgomery, Work among Scandinavians, Minneapolis, Minn. 



Eev. Leroy Warren, Lansing, Mich. 
Eev. L. P. Rose, Indianapolis, Ind. 

Eev. S. F. Gale, Jacksonville, Fl.i. 

Rev. Minneapolis, Minn. 

Rev. Franklin B. Doe, St. Louis, Mo. 
Eev. Addison Blanchard, 

Topeka, Kan. 
Rev. Chas. B. Sumner, Tucson, Ariz. 



Rev. John L. Maile, Lincoln, Neb. 
Rev. Stewart Sheldon, Yankt >n, Dak. 
Rev. H. C. Simmons, Fargo, No. Dak. 
Rev. D. L. Leonard, 

Salt Lake City, Utah. 
Rev. J. H. Warren, d. d., 

San Francisco, Cal. 
Rev. G. H. Atkinson, d.d., Portland,Or. 



The Secretaries of its eleven Auxiliaries are : — 

Maine Missionary Society Rev. Jonathan E. Adams, Bangor. 

New Hampshire Home Missionary Society. . .Rev. Edward H. Greei.ey, Concord. 

Vermont Domestic Missionary Society Rev. Charles S. Smith, Montpelier. 

Massachusetts Home Missionary Society Rev. Joshua Coit, Boston. 

Rhode Island Home Missionary Society. .Rev. Jeremiah Taylor, d. d., Providence. 

Missionary Society of Connecticut Rev. William H. Moore, Hartford. 

New York H >ine Missionary Society Rev. Chas. C. Creegan, Syracuse. 

Ohio Home Missionary Society Rev. Josiah Strong, Hudson. 

Illinois Home Missionary Society Rev. James Tompkins, Chicago. 

Wisconsin Home Missionary Society Rev. Thomas G. Grassie, Milwaukee. 

Iowa Home Missionary Society Rev. Truman O. Douglass, Griimell. 

The Home Missionary, a monthly magazine, published by the Society, at sixty 
cents a year, including postage, gives a running account of the progress of the work 
in all parts of the country, largely from the pens of the superintendents and mission- 
aries personally engaged in it. The monthly issue is 25,000 copies. An Annual 
Report sums up the results of the year. Leaflets and Tracts for the times are pub- 
lished as occasion calls, designed to help pastors, Sunday-school officers, and friends 
of home missions generally, in awakening and keeping alive an intelligent, practi- 
cal, growing interest in the work. These may be had, free of charge, at any time, 
by addressing the officers of the Society at the Bible House. 

For nearly fifty-nine years the Society has been organizing churches in the South 
and West, and aiding in the support of their ministers till those churches are able 
to assume the whole expense. Its missionaries have from the first organized Sunday 
schools, provided proper teachers for them, and by watchful oversight have secured 
their permanence and highest usefulness. 

In connection with the labor of its missionares, 4,503 churches have been organ- 
ized, and 2,251 have come to self-support. It has collected and disbursed in cash 
$10,512,400.11, and in clothing, books, and other supplies, largely the offerings of 
Christian -women, more than $1,476,000; in all, $11,988,400. The additions to the 
churches have been 318,158. 

In 1883 a Woman's Department was opened, with Mrs. H. M. Shelton, as secre- 
tary. Its object is to interest the women of our churches, all over the country, and 
through them the children, more directly in the work; not to the diminishing of their 
helpful labor in the way of home-missionary boxes (of clothing, etc.), but to secure 
also their gifts of money, for the support of teachers, particularly in fields under the 



52 CONGREGATIONAL YEAR-BOOK. [1885. 

sway of Mormons and Jesuits. Their aid in this line is steadily growing. The 
Woman's Home Missionary Association, having its office in Boston, is, hy the pay- 
ment of $600 a year, sustaining a teacher in the Indian Territory, commissioned hy the 
American Home Missionary Society. 

The number of missionaries employed in its fifty-eighth year (1883-84) was 1,842, 
949 of them in States and Territories west and south of New York. They preached 
regularly in 2,930 stations, and at frequent intervals in many hundreds more. The 
number of Sunday-school and Bible-class scholars was 116,314. The additions to 
the churches were 7,907 ; 4,099 of them on confession of Christ. Churches organized, 
149; reached self-support, 52. 

The fifty-eighth year's receipts were, in cash, $385,004.10; in supplies, $62,148.21; 
in all, $447,152.31. 

At least $500,000 in cash are needed this year properly to sustain the missionaries 
now in the field. To take up only such new work as the providence and Spirit of 
God manifestly call upon the Society to assume at once, $100,000 more are impera- 
tively required, and at the annual meeting of the Society at Saratoga, in June 1883, 
it was voted to appeal to the churches for this amount, as an Emergency Fund for 
new work. At nearly every meeting of the Executive Committee, chosen men are 
sent to new fields at the front, where they are most needed, but where their support 
involves heavy outlay by the Society. For securing the means essential to the 
carrying on of this great work the Society depends, uuder God, on the zealous co- 
operation of the pastors and members of the Congregational churches of the land. 

FINANCIAL STATEMENT. 

The Receipts during the financial years ending March 31, 
1884, were, from Congregations and Individuals, $129,331.- 
19: ditto, transmitted by Auxiliaries, $53,546.77 — $182,- 
877.96; From Legacies, $100,337.78; Income from Funds, 
5,596.72; Subscriptions to The Home Missionary, $886.92. 
Auxiliaries' receipts applied to work in their own fields, 
$95,304.72: total cash receipts, $385,004.10. — Additional 
from Ladies' Societies and Individuals, — money, family 
supplies, books, etc., $62,148.21; in all $447,152 31 

Payments during the same year: Missionary service, $383,- 
000.71; Publication Department, $12,151.79; Administra- 
tion, $16,730 75; Woman's Department, $897.80; Miscel- 
laneous, $6,668.90; total payments 419,449 45 

$27,702 86 



THE AMERICAN MISSIONARY ASSOCIATION. 
Organized September 3, 1846. 
Incorporated under the laws of the State of New York. 

President. — Hon. Wm. B. Washburn, ll. d. , Greenfield, Mass. 

Corresponding Secretary. — Rev. Michael E. Strieby, d. d., 56 Reade Street, New 

York City. Assistant Corresponding Secretary. —Rev. James Powell, d. d., 

56 Reade Street, New York City. 
Treasurer. — H. W. Hubbard, Esq., 56 Reade Street, New York City. 
District Secretaries.— Rev. Chas. L. Woodworth, d. d., 21 Congregational Housp, 

Boston, Mass.; Rev. G. D. Pike, d. d., Hartford, Conn.; Rev. Charles W. 

Shelton, 112 Washington Bd., Chicago, 111. 
Secretary of Woman's Bureau. — Miss D. E. Emerson, 56 Reade Street, New York 

City. 

AIM AND WORK. 

To preach the gospel to the poor It originated in a sympathy with the almost 
frieudless slaves. Since emancipation it has devoted its main efforts to preparing 
the Freedmen for their duties as citizens and Christians in America and as mission- 
aries in Africa. As closely related to this, it seeks to benefit the caste-persecuted 
Chinese in America, and to co-operate with the government in its humane and 
Christian policy toward the Indians. It is also opening schools and establishing 
churches among the mountain Whites in Tennessee and Kentucky. 



1885.] NATIONAL SOCIETIES. 53 

STATISTICS FOR 1884. 

Churches : In the South. — In District of Columbia, 1 ; Virginia, 1 ; North Caro- 
lina. 10 ; South Carolina, 2 ; Georgia, 14 ; Florida 1 ; Kentucky, 7 ; Tennessee, 7 ; 
Alabama, 16 ; Kansas, 3 ; Arkansas, 2 ; Louisiana, 18 ; Mississippi, 6 ; Texas, 7 ; 
Among the Indians, 4. Total, 99. 

Institutions Founded, Fostered, or Sustained in the South. — Chartered: 
Hampton, Va. ; Berea, Ky. ; Talladega, Ala.; Atlanta, Ga.; Nashville, Tenn. ; 
Tougaloo, Miss.; New Orleans. La.; and Austin, Tex. — 8. Graded or Normal 
Schools: "Wilmington, N. C; Charh ston, Greenwood. S. C. ; Savannah, Mcintosh, 
Macon, Atlanta, Ga. ; Mobile, Athens, Selma, Ala. ; Memphis, Jonesboro', Tenn. ; 
Lexington, Williamsburg, Ky. — 14. Other Schools, 43. Total, 65. 

Superintendents. Teachers, Missionaries, and Assistants. — In the South, 
425; among the Chinese, 28: among the Indians, 45. Total, 498. Students, in 
theology, 73 ; law, 55 ; in college course, 90 ; in other studies. 9.540. Total, 9,758. 
Scholars taught by former pupils of our schools estimated at 200,000. 

magazine. 
The American Missionary is published monthly, at fifty cents a year ; but will be 
sent gratuitously, if desired., to the Missionaries of the Association; to Life Members: 
to all clergymen who take up collections for the Association ; to Superintendents of 
Sabbath schools ; to college libraries ; to Theological Seminaries ; to Societies of 
Inquiry on Missions ; and to every donor who does not prefer to take it as a sub- 
scriber, and contributes in a year not less than five dollars. 

wants. 
An increase of funds to support missionaries and teachers, build chapels and 
school-houses, aid students in courses of education; and supplies of every kind for 
the multitudes of poor and needy. Cash or supplies can be sent to the treasurer or 
district secretaries. 

FORM OF A BEQUEST. 

I bequeath to my executor (or executors) the sum of dollars, in trust to 

pay the same in days after my decease, to the person who, when the same is 

payable, shall act as Treasurer of "The American Missionary Association," New 
York City, to be applied under the direction of the Executive Committee of that 
Association to its charitable uses and purposes. 

The will should be attested by three witnesses (in some States three are required, 
in other States only two), who should write against their names their places of resi- 
dence (if iu cities, the street and number). The following form of attestation will 
answer for every State in the Union : " Signed, sealed, published, and declared by 
the said (A. B.) as his last Will and Testament, in the presence of us, who, at the 
request of the said (A. B.), and in his presence, and in the presence of each other, 
have hereunto subscribed our names as witnesses." In some States it is required 
that charitable bequests should be made at least two months before the death of the 
testator. 

Summary of the Annual Report of the Treasurer of the American 
Missionary Association for the Year ending Sept. 30, 1884. 

Receipts. 
From Churches, Sabbath Schools, Missionary Societies, and 

Individuals , ...$164,056 77 

' ' Estate s and Legacies 64,559 42 

" Incomes, Sundry Funds 9,705 01 

" Tuitiou and Public Funds 28,200 25 

Rents 798 50 

" U. S. Government for Education of Indians 11,495 19 

" Slater Fund, paid to institutions 6,325 00 

Sale of Property 2,454 05 

$287,594 19 

Balance on hand Sept. 30, 1883 548 32 



,142 51 
Debt Sept. 30, 1884 13 785 86 

8301,928 37 



54 CONGREGATIONAL YEAR-BOOK. [1885. 

Expenditures : 

The Smith. For Church and Educational Work $208,211 80 

'lhe Chinese. For Superintendent, Teachers, Rent, etc 14, SOL 45 

The Indians. For Church and Educational Work 33,204 95 

Foreign Missions: 

For Mendi Mission, income and specials. 5,140 09 

" Jamaica Mission, Support of Aged Missionary 88 94 

Publications : 
For American Missionary (22,000 monthly), Annual Reports, 

Pamphlets, Mailing, Clerk, Postage, etc $7,351 72 

Agencies : 

New York Office. — Assistant Secretary, Travelling Ex- 
penses, Printing, etc. (in part) $2,954 96 

For Eastern District. 

Boston Office. — District Secretary, Agent, Clerk, Travel- 
ling Expenses, Printing, Postage, Rent, etc 5,224 27 

For Middle District. 
Hartford Office. — District Secretary, Clerk Hire, Travel- 
ling Expenses, Rent, etc 3,165 15 

For Western' District. 

Chicago Office. — District Secretary, Clerk, Travelling Ex- 
penses, Printing, etc 3,218 19 

Administration : 
For Corresponding Secretary, Treasurer, Secretary of 

Woman's Bureau, and Clerk Hire 9,473 00 

Miscellaneous : 
For Rent, Care of Rooms, Furniture, Travelling Expenses, 
Books, Slationery, Postage, Expressage, Telegrams, 

etc 4,415 39 

" Wills and Estates 1,561 95 

" Annual Meeting 1 ,076 21 

" Annuity Account, balance 2,053 17 

Amounts refunded, sent to the Treasurer by mistake 277 53 

—$301 928 37 

Endowment Funds Received, 1883-1884. 

Theological Department, Howard University $13,900 00 

Hastings Scholarship for Atlanta University 1,000 00 

$14,900 00 

The receipts of Berea College, Hampton N. and A. Institute, 

and Atlanta University are added below, as presenting 

at one view the contributions for the general work in 

which the Association is engaged : 

American Missionary Association, General Fund $287,594 19 

Endowment Fund 14^)00 00 

„ _ ., $302,494 19 

Berea College ... 15,503 92 

Hampton N. and A. Institute. 79 218 59 

Atlanta University 10615 00 

$407,831 70 



H. W. HUBBARD, Treasurer, 

56 Reade Street, New York. 



1885.] NATIONAL SOCIETIES. 55 



CONGREGATIONAL SUNDAY-SCHOOL AND PUBLISHING SOCIETY. 

President. — Samuel B. Capen, 350 Washington Street, Boston. 
Secretary. — Rev. A. E. Dunning, Room 9, Congregational House, Boston. 
Western S. S. Secretary'. — M. C. Hazard, 243 State Street, Chicago, 111. 
Business Agent. — Geo. P. Smith, Congregational House, Boston. 
Treasurer. — E. Lawrence Barnard, Congregational House, Boston. 



BOARD OF MANAGERS. 



Rev. Mortimer Blake, d. d. 
Rev. Alex. McKenzie, d. d. 
Rev. Joshua \V. Wellman, d. d. 
Rev. Charles B. Rice. 
Rev. B. Frank Hamilton. 
Rev. Joseph T. Dukyka, d. d. 
William H. Wardwell. Esq. 
Rev. George M. Boynton. 
Samuel B. Capen, Esq. 
Rev. Robert R. Meredith, d. d. 



Charles A. Richardson, Esq. 
E. Lawrence Barnard, Esq. 
Thomas W. Bicknell, ll. d. 
C. H. Hutchins. Esq. 
Hon. James M. W. Hall. 
J. W. Rice, Esq. 
Joshua W. Davis, Esq. 
Rev. Michael Buknham. 
Rev. John L. Withrow, d. d. 
George W. Coeurn, Esq. 



W. F. Whittemore, Esq. 

Object: 

First, — To systematize and give direction to Sunday-school work, and to direct 
the charities of the churches toward establishing Sunday schools, and providing weak 
ones with such equipments as shall enable them to be efficient. 

Second, —To provide and furnish to pastors, teachers, and Sunday schools, aids to 
the study of the Bible, and all needful Sunday-school literature. 

Third, — To provide and nrepare geueral religious reading, and to distribute tracts 
and books among the destitute. 

Fourth, — To set forlh the history and explain the principles and polity of Congre- 
gational churches. 

THE MISSIONARY DEPARTMENT: 

Sustains Sunday-school missionaries; furnishes Sunday-school helps, libraries, and 
other literature to new and needy Sunday schools, either gratuitously or at reduced 
cost. 

The following State Superintendents are engaged in planting Sunday schools and 
increasing the efficiency of existing schools: Colorado, Rev. H P. Case, Colo- 
rado Springs; Kansas, Prof. J. E. Piatt, Manhattan; Massachusetts, Rev. G. H. 
DeBevoise, Boston; Missouri, Rev. J. L. Made, Springfield; Nebraska, Rev. J. D. 
Stewart, Hastings; New York, W. A. Duncan, Esq., Syracuse; Wiscons'n, Rev. J 
E. Reitzel, Milwaukee; Iowa, Rev. J. R. Knodell, Waterloo; Michigan, Rev. E. W. 
Miller, Big Rapids. 

During the year ending May 1, 1881, the Society aided one thousand and fifty-six 
Sunday schools, and assisted to establish two hundred and three new ones. 

The Society needs ©50,000 the present year to sustain missionaries, and to furnish 
liter itu r e for planting and maintaining Sunday schools. 

business department: 

Publishes the Pilgrim Teacher (monthly) and a graded system of lesson helps, for 
all departments of the Sunday school. It also issues books, tracts, and papers for 
Sunday schools, and on general religious subjects; also on matters of special interest 
to Congregationalists. 

Contributio s to the Missionary Department should be sent to E. L. Barnard, 
Treasurer, Congregational House, Boston, or to M. C. Hazard, Western S. S. Seore- 
retary, _'43 State Street, Chicago, 111 

Correspondence concerning editorial or missionary work should be directed to Rev. 
A. E. Dunning, secretary. 

Business correspondence should be addressed to Geo. P. Smith, agent. 

The publica'ions of the Society are for sale by E. J. Alden, 243 State Street, 
Chicago. 



56 CONGREGATIONAL YEAR-BOOK. [1885. 



THE NEW WEST EDUCATION COMMISSION. 

Incorporated Nov. 3, 1879. 
Principal office at Chicago, Illinois. 

OFFICERS. 

Presiderit. — Rev. F. A. Noble, t>. r>., 534 Washington Boulevard. 

Vice-President. — Kev. Simeon Gilbert, d. d., Montauk Block. 

Rec. Secretary. — Rev. G. S. F. Savage, d. d., 112 Washington Bd. 

General Secretary. — Rev. Charles R. Bliss. 112 Washington Bd. 

Treasurer. — Mr. Wm. H. Hubbard, 438 La Salle Avenue. 

District Secretary. — Rev. A. E. Winship, 6 Congregational House, Boston. 

Agent in the Field. — Mr. Isaac Huse, Jr., Salt Lake City, Utah. 

Object. — The promotion of Christian civilization in Utah and adjacent States and 
Territories, by the education of the children and youth under Christian teachers, and 
by the use of such other kindred agencies as may at any time be deemed wise. 

PROGRESS. 

During the year the number of its schools rose from nineteen to thirty-eight; the 
number of its teachers fron thirty-four to sixty-two; the number of its pupils from 
1,613 to 2,925. It property was largely increased. It added eight to the number of 
its schoolhouses, and gained a controlling interest for school purposes in two others. 
It obtained sites, yet to he occupied, in four other towns. It rented ten buildings for 
school uses, one of which was a Mormon church, and several others were owned by 
Mormons, one of whom was a high official. 

Of its 2,925 pupils, about 2,000 were in Utah, and about 1,500 were of parentage 
that was or had been Mormon. Beside its day schools, it gathered Sabbath schools, 
evening and singing schools ; held religious meetings and temperance meetings ; 
circulated books; and gave lectures on various subjects. Its schools were grouped 
in circuits, so that during a portion of the year sixteen Mormon communities were 
reached for religious service by five missionaries of the A. H. M. S., to whom the 
privilege of holding meetings in our schoolhouses is gladly accorded. One church 
was formed during the year, and it is confidently expected that others will soon 
follow. 

RESULTS. 

In answer to the question, What are Christian schools doing in Utah? the last 
report gives six answers: (1) They are centres of discussion; (2) They are giving 
light to Mormons touching the real feeling of the nation toward them; (3) They are 
inspiring a spirit of patriotism; (4) They are opening a new world to the children; 
(5) They are lending great moral support to such Mormon women as resist polyg- 
amy; (6) They are laying the foundation of permanent institutions, churches, and 
academies. 

FINANCIAL STATEMENT. 

The following statement covers the time from May 1, 1883, to July 1, 1884, a period 
of fourteen months: Receipts from all benevolent sources, $54,048. Total expendi- 
tures, $70,142 ; deficit July 1, $16,097. Deficit reduced, Oct. 5, to $11,500. The 
main items of expense were as follows: For realties, sites, and building, $20,819; for 
salaries of teachers, and expenses incidental to the schools, $35,74S ; for Boston 
office, including expenses of Miss Carter on trip to Utah, and all other travelling 
expenses ami salary, and salary of the District Secretary and his travelling expenses, 
printing, rent, etc., $4,640 ; for field expenses, including salary and travelling 
expenses of agent, and travelling expenses of teachers to their fields, and incidental 
expenses chargeable to all the schools but not easily separable and charged to 
respective schools, $4,351; for the Chicago office, including printing and travelling 
expenses, with a portion of the salary of the secretary, $1,927. 

The cost from the first to the present time of the realties owned by the Commission 
is $32,301. This property is held in fee simple; is without incumbrance, and much 
of it would sell for more than the cost. In addition to this, the Commission, having 
furnished to the corporation of Salt Lake Academy for its building the sum of 
$23,000, which is secured for the purposes of Christian instruction by the strongest 
legal guaranty, and having under its entire management the property of the Las 
Vegas Academy, worth, by the estimate of its principal, not far from $15,000, now, at 
the beginning of the fifth year of its operations, controls, for the uses of Christian 
eJuc.ition, property to the amouut of $70,301. 



1885.] THEOLOGICAL SEMINARIES. 57 

THE THEOLOGICAL SEMINARIES. 



ANDOVER THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY, Axdover. Mass. 
Opened for service, September 28, 1808. 

FACULTY. 

Rev. Edwards A. Park, d. d., Professor Emeritus of Christian Theology. 

Rev. Austin Phelps, d. d., Professor Emeritus of Sacred Rhetoric. 

Rev. John P. Gulliver, d. d., Stone Professor of the Relations of Christianity to 

the Secular Sciences. 
Rev. Egbert C. Smyth, d. d., Brown Professor of Ecclesiastical History, and Presi- 
dent of the Faculty. 
Rev. William J. Tucker, d. d., Bartlet Professor of Sacred Rhetoric, and Lecturer 

on Pastoral Theology. 
Rev. John P. Taylor, m. a., Taylor Professor of Biblical Theology. (Assigned 

to Biblical History and Oriental Archaeology.) 
h,ev. J. "Wesley Churchill, m. a., Jones Professor of Elocution. 
Rev. George Harris, d. d. , Abbot Professor of Christian Theology. 
Rev. Edward Y. Hixcks, m. a., Smith Professor of Biblical Theology. 
Rev. George F. Moore, m. a., Hitchcock Professor of the Hebrew Language and 

Literature. 
Rev. Frank E. Woodruff, m. a., Associate Professor of Sacred Literature. 
Rev. William L. Ropes, m. a., Librarian. 

lecturers. 
Hon. Theodore W. Dwight, ll. d., Winkley Lecturer on the Relation of the Chris- 
tian Religion to Jurisprudence. 
Rev. A. Hastings Ross, d. d. , Southworth Lecturer on Congregationalism. 
Principal A. M. Fairbairn, d. d., Hyde Lecturer on Comparative Religion. 
Rev. Samuel W. Dike, m. a., Lecturer on the Family, with special reference to 
Social Problems. 
Calendar. — The annual period of study is divided into three Sessions. The last 
Session of the present Seminary year will commence on Monday, March 23, and con- 
tinue till the Anniversary, Thursday, June 11, to be followed by a vacation of twelve 
weeks. The next Seminary year will begin on Thursday, September 10. 

Course of Study. — With an enlarged Faculty, a new and expanded curriculum has 
been introduced. The Junior year is devoted mainly to Biblical Exesresis and Intro- 
duction; the Middle year to Biblical and Systematic Theology; the Senior to Sacred 
Rhetoric, Pastoral Theology, and History of Christian Life and Doctrine. Syste- 
matic Theology is begun in the first year; also Biblical History, which is continued 
through the second. Lectures on Christianity and Science, the Scriptures, Elocution, 
with exercises in rhetoric and vocal culture continue through the course. Opportu- 
nity is given for instruction in Syriac, Arabic and other cognate Oriental languages. 

Fourth Year for advanced study. Each member of the Advanced Class chooses 
his studies, subject to approval by the Faculty, and receives from the professors 
in the departments chosen personal direction and assistance. Special facilities are 
afforded for private reading and research. Lectures are given to the whole class 
on topics pertaining to the higher and more difficult questions which are en^a^in<r 
the attention of Christian scholars and pastors. Scholarships ($200.00 each) are 
awarded to members of this class. 

Library and Museum — The Library now numbers more than 42,000 volumes, is 
constantly increased and is open every week-day for the examination and drawing 
of books. A full reference library will soon be opened|on the ground floor of Brechin 
Hall. The Museum comprises objects relating to missionary life and work, a monu- 
mental slab from Nimroud, a relief model of Jerusalem, and a large and choice col- 
lection of Palestinian birds, animals, flowers, coins, inscriptions, photographs, etc. 
A well-furnished Gymnasium is open to the use of the students. 
Location. — The Seminary was located with a view to the advantages of uninter- 
rupted study. These advantages have been retained, and are accounted of increasing 
value. At the same time, through the rise and growth of cities in the immediate 
vicinity, the students of the Seminary have special opportunities for studying the 
various conditions of church work, and the different methods of preaching. Andover 
is within four miles of Lawrence, ten of Lowell and Haverhill, fifteen of Salem, and 
twenty of Cambridge and Boston The situation is remarkably healthful. 

For information respecting Conditions of Membership, Honorary Scholarships, the 
Winkley Fellowship (S600), Expenses, and Pecuniary Aid, see Catalogue, which may 
be obtained by application to the President of the Faculty. 



58 CONGREGATIONAL YEAR-BOOK. [1885. 



BANGOR THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY, Bangor, Me. 

This institution was chartered by the Legislature of Massachusetts in February, 
1814, and was opened for students in October, 1810. It has been in constant service 
since and has graduated several hundred pastors, missionaries, teachers, editors, and 
college presidents and professors. 

FACULTY OF INSTRUCTION. 

Rev. Levi L. Paine, d. d., Ecclesiastical History. 

Rev. John S. Sewall, d. d., Sacred Rhetoric. 

Rev. Lewis F. Stearns, d. d., Systematic Theology. 

Rev. Charles J. H. Ropes, New Testament Language and Literature. 

Rev. Francis B. Denio, Old Testament Language and Literature. 



Terms of Admission. — Bangor Seminary is open to all denominations of Chris- 
tians. Candidates for admission must produce testimony of their church member- 
ship and of their collpgiate education. If they have not pursued a college course, 
they will be examined, and must exhibit mental training and attainments sufficient, 
in the judgment of the Faculty, to warrant their entering upon a course of theologi- 
cal study. Those whose age or circumstances forbid the pursuit of the complete 
course of study may, at the discretion of the Faculty, be admitted to the studies of 
the Middle year, and continue their course with the full privileges of the Seminary. 

Course of Stody. — Junior Year, Hebrew Grammar, Principles of Interpreta- 
tion, Exegesis of the Hebrew and Greek Scriptures; New Testament Greek; Intro- 
ductory Philosophy, with text-books and lectures; Essays, and Lectures on Style and 
English Literature. 

Middle Year, Systematic Theology; Ancient Church History; Exegetical studies 
continued: New Testament Greek continued; Vocal Culture and Oratory. 

Senior Year, Mediaeval and Modern Church History; Homiletics; Pastoral The- 
ology and Church Polity; Exegetical studies continued; New Testament Greek con- 
tinued. 

The Department of New Testament Greek has been added to the usual 
course in order to supplement the department of Exegesis by grammatical and lexical 
Study of the language of the New Testament. It has been established not only for 
the benefit of those who have had a classical training, but also to provide instruction 
for those who enter the shorter course with only a rudimentary knowledge of the 
Greek. The instruction is at present given by the Exegetical professors. 

Special Lectures. — A course of practical addresses on pastoral subjects is given 
each year by pastors selected for that service. 

Preaching. — As it is be'ieved to be conducive to the best professional training to 
combine practice with theory, students are encouraged during the Senior year to 
preach as opportunity offers, and so fir as they may without interfering with their 
Seminary duties. They usually take a license to preach at the close of the Middle 
year; and during the vacation are employed as missionaries of the Maine Missionary 
Society. Through the remainder of their course they are frequently called upon to 
supply vacant churches or missionary outposts. 

Post-graduate Scholarship. — A scholarship has recently been established in 
Bowdoin College for the purpose of aiding any student who, after graduating at the 
Seminary, desires to take a post-graduate year at the College. 

Expenses. — Each student is charged two dollars a year for incidental expenses. 
There is no other charge for tuition, room, furniture, library, or any privilege of 
the Seminary. The dormitory has been thoroughly rep lired and refitted. The rooms 
are carpeted and furnished. The income of the Washburn fund and some other 
funds, given expressly to aid members of the Seminary, will be distributed to those 
who need, and will amount to about half the expense of board. 

Library. — The Seminary has an excellent library, numbering between fifteen 
and sixteen thousand volumes, specially selected to meet the wants of the students. 
There is a permanent library fund, with the income of which constant additions are 
made of the latest and most valuable literature. 

The next Anniversary will occur on Wednesday, June 3, 1885. 

The next Seminary year will open on Thursday, Sept. 10, 1885. 

For catalogues or for admission, address 

JOHN S. SEWALL, Secretary. 



1885.] THEOLOGICAL SEMINARIES. 59 

CHICAGO THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY, Chicago, III. 
Opened for instruction, October, 1858. 

FACULTY. 

Rev. Franklin W. Fisk, d. d. , Wisconsin Professor of Sacred Rhetoric. 

Rev. Jambs T. Hyde, d. d., Iowa Professor of New Testament Literature and 
Interpretation. 

Rev. George N. Boardman, d. d., Illinois Professor of Systematic Theology. 

Rev. Samuel Ives Curtiss, d. d., New England Professor of Old Testament Litera- 
ture and Interpretation. 

Rev. G. Buckingham Willcox, d. d., Stone Professor of Pastoral Theology and 
Sppcial Studies. 

Rev. Hugh McDonald Scott, b. d., Sweetzer and Michigan Professor of Ecclesi- 
astical History. 

Prof. J. R. J. Anthony, Instructor in Elocution. 

Rev. Gustav Adolf Zimmermann, Instructor in the German Department. 

Rev. Peter Christian Trandberg, Instructor in the Scandinavian Department. 

Prof. Samuel I. Curtiss, d. d., Librarian. 

Terms of Admission. — The Seminary is open to students of all denominations. 
Candidates for admission to the regular course must be of good moral character, and 
must have received a collegiate education, or an equivalent preparation. Students 
from other seminaries may be admitted by certificate. 

Terms and Vacations. — The next term will begin Wednesday, Sept. 9, 1885. 
and continue till the third Wednesday in April, when there will he a vacation of 
four months, for private study and remunerative Christian work. 

Situation. — The Seminary Buildings front Union Park. Tbe location is quiet, 
but the centre of the city may be reached in twenty minutes. 

Course of Study. — The Juniors have four exercises a week in Hebrew, four in 
Greek, and one each in Theology, History, Homiletics, and Elocution. The Mid- 
dlers have four exercises a week in Theology, two in History, two in Hebrew, and 
one each in Greek, Homiletics, and Elocution. The Seniors have three exercises a 
week in Homiletics, two each in Hebrew, History, and Theology, one in Greek, one 
in Pastoral Theology, and private exercises in Elocution. The " Special Course" 
includes the full course in all the years except Hebrew and Greek, and has the 
following supplementary studies, which are limited to the first year: Rhetoric, Logic, 
Moral Philosophy, and daily exercises in English Composition and Bible Exposition. 

The German and the Scandinavian Departments. — Students iu these 
departments, which are under competent instructors, take the regular or special 
course in the English language, according to their grade of preparation, that they 
may be able to preach also in English. They are, however, excused from some Eng- 
lish studies, principally of a homiletical or practical kind, in place of which they 
pursue such exercises in their own native languages as are best adapted to prepare 
them to minister to our German or Scandinavian fellow citizens. 

Examinations. — In each year there are two public examinations, oral and 
written, of all the classes. 

The Alumni Institute and Triennial Convention will be held this year on Anni- 
versary week, April 21-23. 

Hammond Library. — This contains the General and the Reference Library 
with over 7,000 volumes, and the Reading Room. Both of the latter are furnished 
with the bfst helps for students, and are open daily. There is also a special 
arrangement for the use of the Chicago Public Library, which offers 110,000 volumes, 
many of which are rare and valuable sets of reviews and important works of 
reference. 

Expenses — No charges are made for instruction, the rent of rooms, or for the use 
of Hammond Library. Suites of rooms have been furnished by churches or individ- 
uals. The only necessary expenses of the students are for board, fuel, gas, text- 
books, the care of room«, washing, and for such special damages as the property of 
the Seminary may suffer at their hands. Good board can b; j had in private families 
in the neighborhood of the Seminary for $>2.50 or $3.00 a week. 

Pecuniary Aid. — From the American Education Society, supplemented by the 
Western Education Society and the Scholarship funds of the Seminary, a total of 
one hundred and fifty dollars a year for students in the regular course, and one 
hundred and twenty dollars for those in the special course; additional aid in cloth- 
ing is furnished, when needed, by Ladies' Benevolent Societies; medical attendance 
without charge in case of illness; and such sums as may be received for preaching or 
teaching. 

Application for admission or for catalogues may be made to the Professors, or to 
Rev. G. S. F. Savage, Sec'y and Treas., 112 Washington Bd., Chicago, 111. 



1885.] THEOLOGICAL SEMINARIES. 61 

HARTFORD THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY, Hartford, Ct. 
Opened for service in 1834. 

FACULTY. 

"William Thompson, d. d., Professor Emeritus of the Hebrew Language and Lit- 
erature and Dean of the Faculty. 

Matthew B. Riddle, d. d., Hosmer Professor of New Testament Exegesis. 

William S. Karr, d. d., Riley Professor of Christian Theology. 

Chester D. Hartranft, d. d., Waldo Professor of Biblical and Ecclesiastical His- 
tory. 

Lewel'lyn Pratt, d. d., Professor of Practical Theology. 

Edwin C Bissell, d. d., Nettleton Professor of the Hebrew Language and Litera- 
ture, and Instructor in Cognate Languages. ., 

Waldo S. Pratt, a. m., Associate Professor of Ecclesiastical Music and Hymnology. 

RECENT LECTURERS ON THE CAREW FOUNDATION. 



Edwin B. Webb, d. d. 

Prof. John "W Dawson, ll. d., f. r. s. 

John L. Withrow, d. d. 



Pies. Matthew H Buckham, ll. d. 
Geo. F. Pentecost, d. d. 
A. J. F. Behrends, d. d. 



Talbot W. Chambers, d. d. 
Ernest C. Richardson, a. b., Librarian. 
Franklin S. Hatch, a. m., Secretary of the Endowment Committee. 

By its organization the Seminary is closely allied to the churches through the Pas- 
toral Union, which annually elects the trustees. 

The plan of instruction is so arranged as to make the study of the Bible the chief 
feature of the entire course. The patrons, guardians, and teachers of the Institu- 
tion are persuaded that an exegetical and experimental knowledge of the Divine 
"Word should be sought first of all by candidates for the gospel ministry. They 
also believe that scholarly investigation, controlled and tempered by the spirit 
of truth, justifies unfaltering adherence to the doctrinal system set forth in th^ creed 
of the Pastoral Union, to which the professors annually give their absent, and which 
is in accord with the historical belief of New England Congregationalism, as embod- 
ied in accredited formulas. The effort is made to bring the several departments into 
such relations as shall give both scientific and vital unity to the course of instruction. 

It is the aim of each professor to strengthen, on the part of the students, the habit 
of personal investigation. Daily drills bring teachers and pupils into such close rela- 
tions as favor mental activity and appropriate criticism, the purpose being to train as 
well as to teach, to illustrate correct methods while their results are presented. 

Terms of Admission. — Candidates for admission are expected to produce evi- 
dence that they are members of some Christian church, and that they have graduated 
at some college, or have made such literary acquisitions as, in the opinion of the Fac- 
ulty,' are an equivalent preparation for theological studies. They will be examined 
in reference to their personal piety and their motives in seeking the ministry. 

Besides lectures on Congregationalism, moot councils are held from time to time 
for the purpose of making the student familiar with the principles and usages of our 
Church Polity. 

Instruction is provided for all the classes in ecclesiastical music throughout each 
year. 

Expenses. — No charge is made for tuition, room rent, or the use of the library. 
The rooms are supplied with the necessary articles of furniture. 

Arrangements for board, at a common table, are made by the trustees. 

The average cost of board has been $3.50 per week. To aid in meeting this expense, 
several scholarships have been endowed. Further assistance will be furnished, in 
proportion to the necessities of each student, at the discretion of the Faculty. Fuel 
and lights may be estimated at from $10 to $15 the year for each room. The Ameri- 
can Education Society renders aid to the amount of from $75 to $100 annually. 
Students who are licensed have occasional opportunities to preach for compensation. 

Calendar. —There is but one term of study in the year, which hegins on the 
second Thursday of September, and closes on the second Thursday of May. Students 
have opportunity in the long vacation to engage in some form of Christian activity, 
from which they may derive religious advantages and practical knowledge, as well 
as pecuniary benefit. 

Persons desiring to join the Seminary are invited to address Prof. William 
Thompson, d. d., Dean of the Faculty, from whom they will receive any needed 
additional information. 



62 CONGREGATIONAL YEAR-BOOK. [1885. 

DEPARTMENT OF THEOLOGY IN OBERLIN COLLEGE, 

Oberlin, Ohio. 

Opened for service in 1835. 



Rev. James H. Faikchild, d. d., President, Finney Professor of Theology and 
Moral Philosophy. 

Rev. William G. Ballantine, Professor of Old Testament Language and Liter- 
ature. 

Rev. G. Frederick Wright, Professor of New Testament Language and Literature. 

Rev. Albert H. Currier, d. d., Holbrook Professor of Sacred Rhetoric and Pasto- 
ral Theology. 

Rev. Frank H. Foster, Professor of Church History and Positive Institutions. 

Rev. William B. Chamberlain, Instructor in Elocution. 

Rev. A. Hastings Ross, Special Lecturer on Church Polity. 



The Department of Theology is open for the admission of students of every de- 
nomination. Applicants must furnish satisfactory evidence of Christian character. 
A full collegiate education is regarded as furnishing a normal preparation for the 
course in Theology. Those who are not graduates of reputable colleges are required 
to furnish evidence of culture in all essential points fully equivalent to that which 
is given by a college course, and are admitted only upon careful examination in the 
ordinary collegiate branches. Upon the satisfactory completion of the regular three 
years' course, the Academic Degree of Bachelor of Divinity (b. d.) is conferred. 

Course of Study. — First Year. — Hebrew, and Old Testament Exegesis; Har- 
mony of the Gospels, and Theology of the New Testament; Natural Theology; Evi- 
dences of Christianity; Authority and Inspiration of the Scriptures. 

Middle Year. — Systematic Theology; Hebrew Exegesis continued, and Literature 
of the Old Testament; Homiletics; Positive Institutions; lectures on the Epistles. 

Senior Year. — History of the Church; History of Doctrine; Positive Institutions; 
Homiletics; written and extempore Sermons; Pastoral Theology; and lectures on 
The Relations of Science and Religion, and on the various forms of Scepticism. 

Library. — The Libraries of the College contain over fifteen thousand volumes. 

Council Hall, the building devoted exclusively to the Department of Theology, 
provides fully furnished rooms for fifty students. No expense is incurred for instruc- 
tion, for the use of the libraries or of public rooms; and the students in Theology 
enjoy, without charge, the privileges of all the other departments of the College. 
The 'price of board is from $2.00 to $2.50 per week, or from .$72 to $90 for the thirty- 
six weeks of the theological year. Fuel and lights will not cost more than $15. 
Add the charge. of $5.00 per term for the care of the building, and the entire necessary 
expenses of the year (not including clothing, travelling expenses, and books) need 
not exceed $100. 

Help is granted from scholarship funds contributed by friends of the Department 
and from the American Education Society. The amount ordinarily received from 
both these sources does not vary much from $150. 

The opportunities for students to aid in meeting their expenses are sufficiently 
numerous. Some are employed as teachers in the Preparatory School connected 
with the College, and the amount received for teaching an hour each day exceeds the 
est of board. Many vacant pulpits in the vicinity are supplied by theological stu- 
dents, for which compensation is rendered. During the summer vacation of fifteen 
weeks, all members of the Department may supply vacant pulpits in home-missionary 
and other fields; and such opportunities are abundant. 

The year of study in this Department consists of thirty-five weeks, in three terms. 
The anniversary occurs Saturday, June 27, 1885. The next year begins Wednesday, 
Sept. 16, 1885. 



1885.] THEOLOGICAL SEMINARIES. 63 

PACIFIC THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY, Oakland, Cal. 
Opened for service June, 1369. 

FACULTY. 

Rev. Joseph A. Benton, d. r>., Professor of Sacred Literature, and {pro tern.) of 

Philosophy. 
Rev. George Mooar, d. d., Professor of Systematic Theology, and {pro tern.) of 

Ecclesiastical History. 
Rev. I. E. Dwinell, d. d., Professor of Horniletics and Pastoral Theology and {pro 

tern ) of New Testament Greek. 
Lectures are given frequently by leading pastors of the State. 



Regular Studies. —First Tear. Greek; Hebrew; Sacred Geography and An- 
tiquities; Origin, History, Authority, Inspiration, and Canon of the Bible; Interpre- 
tation of the Scriptures; Religions of the World, other than the Christian; Natural 
Science; Mental and Moral Science. 

Secotid Year. — Biblical Theology; Greek; Hebrew; Exercises in the Exposition of 
the Scriptures; Systematic Theology; History of Doctrines; Elocution. 

Third Year. — P.istoral Theory; Church History; Church Polity; Horniletics; 
Elocution; Connection of Natural Science with Religion. [An exercise in Hebrew 
and Greek Exegesis once each week during the second and third years.] 

Special Studies. — In special cases, particular and modified courses of instruction 
will bs given to those who cannot remain three years, or who, for other reasons, can- 
not take the full course of three years; and these courses of instruction will be 
adapted to the necessities of each person, it being understood that every one of this 
class will continue his studies as long as practicable. 

Preparatory Studies. — Young men who have not had the advantage of a col- 
legiate course, and who are, for good reasons, deb irred from the prospect of such a 
course, are enabled to pursue literary and scientific studies under the direction of the 
professors in the Hopkins Academy, immediately associated with the Seminary. 
These preparatory studies will vary with the requirements of each student. 



Calendar. — The year consists of but one term, and begins with the first of Sep- 
tember and ends with the middle of May. There will be a recess from the 20th of 
December to the 3d of Januaiy. Students should begin promptly with the term. 

Terms of Admission. — Credible evidence of piety, membership in some evangel- 
ical church, a collegiate education, or such other literary and scientific attainments 
as promise a fair degree of usefulness, will entitle all young men to the advantages 
of this Seminary. The benefits of the institution are accorded alike to students of all 
denominations of Christians. 



Expenses. — There will be no charge for tuition, rent of rooms, or use of furniture. 
The trustees will, as far as practicable, furnish text-books free to those who are in 
need, themselves being the judges of the necessity. Those who desire it can board 
on the premises at the rate of $3.00 per week. Fifty cents additional will be charged 
for washing. 



Pecuniary Aid. — The American Education Society will render aid to the pupils 
of this Seminary who are needy, who are college graduates, and who take the full 
course of three years. The amount bestowed will be, when possible, $100 a year to 
each beneficiary. Six paying scholarships yield an average of about .$130 each per 
year to six beneficiaries. 

An endeavor is continually made to provide for all the wants of every young man 
who wishes to take the full course of study, and every such person is urged to come to 
the Seminary, whether he has any means of his own or not. It is believed that the 
necessary expenses of a Theological School are less here than anywhere else in the 
Union. 

No happier situation is known than the one occupied by this Seminary. The cli- 
mate is unequalled for stimulating qualities, for mildness, and for general fineness. 
It is favorable to study every month in the year. It is a cure for many forms of inva- 
lidism. The scenery about the site is not inferior to that of the far-famed Bay of 
Naples itself. Both the beauties and the grandeurs of nature are within reach; and, 
to some extent, those of man, also. 



1885.] 



THEOLOGICAL SEMINARIES. 65 



THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY OF YALE COLLEGE, New Haven, Conn. 

PRESIDENT, PROFESSORS, AND INSTRUCTORS. 

Rev. Noah Porter, d. d., ll. d. , President. 

Rev. Georgk E. Day, d. d., Hebrew Literature and Biblical Theology. 

Rev. Samuel Harris, d. d., ll. d., Systematic Theology. 

Rev. George P. Fisher, d. d.,ll. d., Ecclesiastical History. 

Rev. Timothy Dwight, d. d., Sacred Literature and Nev) Testament Greek. 

Rev. William M. Barbour, d. d., Ilomiletics and the Pastoral Charge. 

Rev. John E Russell, b. d., New Testament Biblical Theology. 

Mark Bailey, m. a., Vocal Culture and Elocution. 

SPECIAL lecturers. 
Rev. Henry M. Storrs, d. d., Lyman Beecher Lecturer on Preaching. 
Rev. John Hall, d. d., on the Forces that a feet Christian Testimony , Life and Work. 
Rev. William M. Taylor, d. d., on the Essentials of Pulpit Eloquence. 
Rev. Nathaniel J . Burton, d. d., on Topics connected with the Pastor's Life. 
Prof. Edward J. Phelps, ll. d., on Legal Topics of interest to the Ministry. 
Prof. George T. Ladd, d. d. (subject to be announced). 
Prof. Leonard J. Sanford, m. d., on the Preservation of Health. 

Relation to the University. — The Divinity School is one of the Departments 
of Yale College. Its members receive from the Corporation, on completing their 
three-years' course of study, the degree of b. d. They have access to the public col- 
lections of the University, such as the Library, the Peahody Museum, and the collec- 
tion of paintings and statuary in the School of Fine Aits. They are permitted 
to attend, free of expense, so tar as will not conflict with their professional studies, 
the lectures and recitations in the College and the Sheffield Scientific School, and, if 
expecting to become foreign missionaries, those of the Medical Department. 

Course of Study. — The first year is devoted chiefly to the Exegesis of the 
Hebrew and Greek Scriptures; the second to Systemat c Theology, Church History, 
Biblical Theology, and Church Polity; the third to Sacred Rhetoric, New Testament, 
Biblical Theology, and the History of Christian Doctrine. Additional lectures on. 
Preaching and other important subjects are delivered before all the classes by 
eminent ministers and scholars in this country and Europe. There are also optional 
classes conducted by the Professors, in New Testament Introduction, German, Syriac, 
and Chaldee. Once a week there is a rhetorical exercise for all the classes. Instruc- 
tion in vocal culture and elocution is continued through the entire course. 

Graduate or Fourth Year Class. — Students who have completed a three- 
years' course of theological study, here or elsewhere, are admitted to the Graduate 
Class, established five years since, in which advanced studies in Theology are 
pursued under the direction of the Professors. 

The Libraries of the University, to which the students have access, including 
the Reference Library of the Divinity School, contain over 150,000 volumes. 

A Graduate Fellowship, for the encouragement of further theological study 
in this country or abroad, the income of which is $500 for one year after graduation, 
is offered to the class entering in September, 1885. 

Expenses. — There is no charge for instruction, use of libraries, or room rent. 
The rooms, which will accommodate oue hundred and fifty students, are designed in 
general for only one occupant. Each room has a bedroom attached, and is carpeted ! 
aud furnished with all needful furniture except bedclothing. The chief expenses for- 
the session are for board $3.00 to $3.50 a week; fuel and light, $25 to $30; and $10 a 
year for care of room and incidental expenses. 

Scholarship Funds and other aids. — Students whose circumstances require 
it are aided to the amount of $100 a year, from the income of scholarship funds. 
Additional aid to the amount of $75 is afforded by the American Educational 
Society to its beneficiaries. 

Commencement of the Term. — The present annual term of study began on 
Thursday, Sept. 18, 1884, aud continues till the jhird Thursday in May (Anniver- 
sary), when the vacation of four months, in which the students have the opportunity 
to engage in some form of remunerative labor, will commence. The next annual 
term will begin on Thursday, Sept. 24, 1885. 

Application for Admission. — The Seminary is open on equal terms to students 
of all Christian denominations. Applications for admission, or for the annual Cat- 
alogue containing further information, may be made to the Secretary, Prof. George 
E. Day, New Haven, Conn., or to any other member of the Faculty. 
5 



66 



CONGREGATIONAL YEAR-BOOK. 



[1885. 



STUDENTS. 



NAMES AND BESIDENCES. 



* Collide and 


Year 


f Seminary and 


of Graduating. 


Class. 


Bates, 




Andover, Adv. 


— 


— 


Pacific, Mid. 


— 


— 


Oberlin, Sen. 


Yale, 


1881 


Yale, Grad. 


Oberlin, 


— 


Bangor, Sen. 


Oberlin, 


1880 


Oberlin, Sen. 


— 


— 


Bangor, Sen. 


Chicago, T.S 


1868 


Yale, Grad. 


Oberlin, 


1883 


Oberlin, Mid. 


Amherst, 


1880 


Andover, Adv. 


— 


— 


Chicago, Sp. Sen. 


Doane, 


1882 


Hartford, Mid. 


Iowa, 


1882 


Yale, Mid. 


Amberst, 


18H9 


Andover, Sen. 


Dartmouth, 


1883 


Hartford, Jun. 


Dartmouth, 


1883 


Hartford, Mid. 


Iowa, 


1882 


Yale, Jun. 


Dartmouth, 


1882 


Hartford, Sen. 


Middlebury, 


1881 


Hartford, Sen. 


Middb'bury, 


1884 


Hartford, Jun. 


Williams, 


1881 


Hartford, Jun. 


Doane, 


1880 


Oberlin, Jun. 


Jus Hopkins 


1880 


Yale, Sen. 


— 


— 


Bangor, Mid. 


111. Norm. 


1877 


Oberlin, Mid. 


Drury, 


— 


Oberlin, Jun. 


— 


— 


Chicago, Mid. Sp. 


Amberst, 


1882 


Yale, Jun. 


— 


— 


Chicago, Sp. Jun. 


— 


— 


Chicago, Sp. Jun. 


— 


— 


Oberlin, Jun. 


Yale, 


1883 


Oberlin, Mid. 


Yale, 


1883 


Yale, Jun. 


Un. of Perm 


— 


Yale, Mid. 


Oberlin, 


1883 


Andover, Mid. 


Oberlin, 


1882 


Oberlin, Sen. 


— 


— 


Chicago, Sp. Jun. 


— 


— 


Bangor, Jun. 


— 


— 


Pacific, Sp. 


— 


— 


Chicago, Sp. Jun. 


Amherst, 


1883 


Hartford, Jun. 


— 


— 


Chicago, Sp. Jun. 


Oberlin, 


1883 


Yale, Mid. 


Yale, 


1SS1 


Yale, Mid. 


Amberst, 


187!) 


Yale, Sen. 


Realschule Geissen. 


Chicago, Sp. Jun. 


Cen. Turkey 


,1881 


Andover, Jun. 



Abbott, Clifford Belcher, Boston, Mass. 
Adams, Herbert L., Oakland, Cal. 
Asanier, Jean Cyrille, Lowell, Mass. 
Aiken, Edwin Edgerton, Rutland, Vt. 
Aikins, James Edward, Wroxeter, Out. 
Aldrich, Leander Jefferson, Conklingville,N.Y. 
Alexander, James, Brewer, Me. 
Alexander, John, B. D., New London, Conn. 
Al«er, Frank George, Manchester, N. H. 
Allen, Edward P., Auburndale, Mass. 
Andridge, Andrew A., Storm Lake, Wis. 
Avery, Holly Hunt, Crete, Neb. 
Baker, Henry Rolf, Sergeant's Bluff, Iowa. 
Ballantine, Wm. Osborn, m.d., Raburi, India. 
Barrett, Samuel Allen, Rutland, Vt. 
Barstow, John, Haverhill, N. H. 
Bartlett, Dana Webster. Grinnell, Iowa. 
Bartlett, William Alfred, Hanover, N. H. 
Barton, James Levi, Johnson, Vt. 
Barton, Robert Jacob, Johnson, Vt. 
B-issett, Austin Bradley, Albany, N. Y. 
B ites, Francis William, Lincoln, Neb. 
Beadenkopf, Thomas Milton, Baltimore, Md. 
Bears, Alfred Hart, Murray River, P. E. I. 
Berkstresser, W. Irving, Beulah, 111. 
Berle, Adolph Augustus, St. Louis, Mo. 
Billings, James Viroqua, Wis. 
Bixler, James Wilson, Hanover, Pa. 
Blonquist, Charles, Jamestown, N Y. 
Bonnell, William Henry, Chicago, 111. 
Boolgoorjoo, Avedis, Mesrob, Marash, Turkey. 
Bosworth, Edward Increase, Elgin, 111. 
Bourne, Henry Elbridge, Sharon, Conn. 
Bowden, Henry Mountford, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Boyd, Herbert Wendell, Amesbury, Mass. 
Bradley, Dan Freeman, Bangkok, Siam. 
Brakemeyer, Gustavus, Drake, Mo. 
Bray, Henry Edmund, Brighton, Mass. 
Bray, Joseph, Jackson, Cal. 
Brereton, John, Mineral Point, Wis. 
B'idgman, Howard Allen, Northampton, Mass. 
Broclie, Andrew Melrose, Aurora, Ont. 
Brower, Chas. DeWolf, Bloomfield, N. J. 
Brown, Herbert Stanley, So. Norwalk, Conn. 
Bruce, Charles Russell, Belcbertown, Mass. 
Buff Carl, Geissen, Germany. 
Bulbuliaii, C. Hagok, Aiutab, Turkey. 



* A dash in the column of colleges implies that the student has never been connected with any 
college; the name of a college followed by a dash in place of year implies that the student was 
connected with that college, but did not complete the course. An interrogation point in the place 
:ii i ear of graduation implies that the person is a graduate, but we do not know the year; this is 
found only in the Yak- Seminary list, the only one that does not give this information. A more 
precise list of the colleges and universities is on pages 73 and 75. 

f '• Sen." means Senior. " Mid." Middle. " jun." Junior. " Sp." means Special Course; and 
when followed by " S.," '• M.." or " J. " means Special Course Senior, and the like. '• R. L." 
means Resident Licentiate. "11. 6." means Resident Student. " Grad." means Graduate Class 
•• Adv." means Advanced Class. 



1885.] 



THEOLOGICAL SEMINARIES. 



(57 



NAMES AND RESIDENCES. 



Burt, Arthur William, Oberlin, O. 
Burt, Enoch Hale, Sunderland, Mass. 
Butler, Frank Eugene, Boston, Mass. 
Byington, Edward Hillock, Springfield, Mass. 
Byrons, Edward Henry, Lamoille, 111. 
Campbell, Clement Claude, Pine River, Mich. 
Campbell, Hollis Andrew, Agawam, Mass. 
Canada, Prentice Orlando, Losantville, Ind. 
Carr, Edwin Stutely, Galesburg, 111 
Chunu, Mark Wilson, Mechanicsville, Md. 
Chutter, Frederick Geoige, Waterville, Me. 
Clark. Cyrus Alotizo, Union, III. 
Coburn, Wallace Irving, Lancaster, N. H. 
Coston, William Hillery, New Haven, Conn. 
Creel man, Wm., Fredericton, N. B. 
Cromer, Jeremiah Clinton, Middletown, Ind. 
Cross, .lames Franklin, Hudson, O. 
Crowell, John Franklin, Hall, Pa. 
Cummings, Geo. Herbert, Strafford, Vt. 
Curtis, Chas. Hammond, Brooklyn. N. Y. 
Curtis, William Cox, W. Winterport, Me. 
Cutler, Charles Heirick, Farmm»ton, Me. 
Daily, William N. P., Schenectady, N. Y. 
Davidson, William Edw., Prospect Park, 111. 
Davies, Daniel Dyfullt, Minooka, Penn. 
Davies, Thomas Vaughan, Dowlais, So. Wales, 
Dawson, Wm. Edwyn. Ottawa. Kan. 
Day, Charles Orrin, Catskill, N. Y. 
Day. Edward, Milford, Mass. 
Dellchoff, Marin D., East Roumelia. 
DeLyre. Theodore George, Lancaster, Perm. 
Detering, Henry A., Seattle, W. T. 
Dewey, Harry Pinneo, Boston, Mass. 
Dickinson, Chas. Henry, Northampton, Mass 
Dickinson, Geo, Richardson, Springfield. Mass 
Doreby, Christakis Apostolos, Broosa, Turkey 
Drisko, Raymond C, Columbia Falls, Me. 
Dubbs, Jacob Graver, Trumbauersville, Pa. 
Durum, Wm. Wafers, Johnsonville, Md. 
Duncan, George Martin, Paterson, N. J. 
Dunlap, John, Cohansey, N. Y. 
Dyer, Almon Jesse, Cummington, Mass. 
Eastman, Adelbert Lyon, Arcade, N. Y. 
Edwards, Stephen, Jefferson, 111. 
English, William Fry, Newbury, Vt. 
Evans, John Lewis, Minooka, Pa. 
Kairbank, Henry, Ahmed nagar, India. 
Faircbild, James Thome, Oberlin, 0. 
Fish, Arthur Severance, New Haven, Conn. 
Foster, Benjamin Franklin, Nashville, Teiin. 
Foster, Henry Richard. Winchendon, Mass. 
Fos:er, John McGaw, Bangor, Me. 
Fowler, Orin LaRue, Livonia. N. Y. 
Frame. Ezra Ebenezer, Salisbury, Ind. 
Franklin, George Mark, Hamilton, Ont. 
Frederick, Henry A., Douglass, Penn. 
F'reeman. Geoige Rudolph. Gettysburg, Pa. 
French, David Edgar, Oberlin, 0. 
Gale, Clarence Ross, Jamestown, N. Y. 
Gardner, HaT.v D. Y., Buckingham, Conn. 
Gardner, Rufns Parker, Fort Fairfield, Me. 
Gardner, William, Syracuse, N. Y. 
Gaylord, Frederick Arthur, So. Hadley, Mass. 



College and Year 
of Graduating. 



Oberlin, 
Amher.st, 
Amherst, 
Amherst, 

Ripon, 

Williams, 

Chris'n Un. 

Knox, 

West, Md. 

Colby, 

Oberlin, 

Dartmouth, 

Wilberforce, 

New Jersev, 

West R s." 

Yale, 

Amherst, 

Bowdoin. 

Bos. Univ. 

Bowdoin, 

Union, 

N. W. Univ. 

Marietta, 

Bala, 

Yale, 



1S82 
18S2 
1884 
1883 

1882 
188:5 
18.S4 
1882 
1882 

1884 
1882 
18S4 

1882 

1 884 
1883 

1H80 
? 

1881 

1881 
1884 

1884 
1881 

1872 



Univ. W. T. 

Williams, 

Amherst, 

Anih-rst, 

Amherst, 

Muhlenburg, 
West Md. 
N. Y. Univ. 
New Jersey, 
Amherst, 
Cornell, 



1884 
1881 
1881 
1883 

1S83 
18S3 
1881 
1882 

1883 



Dartmouth, 18SJ 



Amher.st, 

Oberlin, 

Amherst, 

Dartmouth, 
Harvard, 
Oberlin, 
Ind. Univ. 

J. Hopkins 
Penn. 
Oberlin, 
Oberlin, 

Amherst, 

Amherst, 
Amherst, 



1883 
1883 

18>4 

1882 
1 882 
1879 



1876 
1881 

1880 
1884 

1884 
1880 



Seminary and 
Class. 



Oberlin, Sen 

Yale, Sen 

Hartford, Jim 

Hartford, Jun 

Chicago, Sp. Jun 

Yale, Sen 

Hartford, Mid 

Oberlin, Jun 

Yale, 

Yale, 

Andover, 

Oberlin, 

Andover, 

Yale, 

Bangor, 

Yale, 

Yale, 

Yale, 

Hartford, 

Hartford, 

Bangor, 

Andover, 

Hartford, 

Chicago, 

Chicago, 

Y'ale, 



Sen. 
Mid. 
Jun. 
Jun. 
Sen. 
Mid. 
Sen. 
Sen. 
Jun. 
Jim. 
Mid. 
Mid. 
Jun. 
Mid. 
Jun. 
Jun. 
Jun. 
Jun. 



Chicago, Sen. Sp. 



Yale, 

Andover, 

Hartford, 

Andover, 

Pacific, 

Andover, 

Yale, 

Yale, 

Hartford, 

Bangor, 

Yale, 

Yale, 

Y r ale, 

Yale, 

Hartford, 

Oberlin, 

Chicago, Sp. Sen 

Harttord, Sen 

Bangor, 

Yale, 

Oberlin, 

Hartford, 



Grad. 

Mid. 

Jun. 
Adv. 

Sen. 

Jun. 
Grad. 
Grad. 

Mid. 

Sen. 

Mid. 

Mid. 
Grad. 

Jim. 

Mid. 

Sen. 



Sen. 
Mid. 
Jun. 
Jun. 



Chicago. Sp. Mid. 



Sen. 
Sen. 
Sen. 



Hartford 

Andover, 

Oberlin, 

Chicago, Sp. Mid 

Chicago, Sp. Jun 

Andover, 

Yale, 

Andover, 

Hartford, 

Hartford, 

Bangor, 

Hartford, 

Yale. 



Jun. 
Sen. 
Sen. 
Sen. 
Jun. 
Mid. 
J mi. 
Mid. 



QS 



CONGREGATIONAL YEAR-BOOK. 



[1885. 



NAMES AND RESIDENCES. 



Geibel, Ludwig M., Kroffdorf. Germany, 
George, William A., Springfield, Mass. 
Gies, Edward Lewis, Reisterstown, Mil. 
Gleason, Charles Nicholas, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Gray, Henry Clay, Normal, Me. 
Greeley, Clarence DeVere, Manhattan, Kan. 
Greene, Elijah Warner, New Lebanon, N. Y. 
Greene, Frederick William, Brattleboro', Vt 

Gregorian, Garabet H., Turkey, 

Grower, Otto Christopher, Chicago, 111. 
Gunn, Franklin Fuller, E. Lake George, N. Y. 
Gybson, James William O, Brockendale, Out 
Gybson, Joseph, Brockendale, Ont. 
Hack, Rollin Sherman, Orwell, Vt. 
Hadley, Willis Augustus, Turner Junct., 111. 
Haigh, Jeffrey George, Park Ridge, 111. 
HalbersleVn, Henry C, Reedsburg, Wis. 
Hall, Arthur Pinkney, No. Springfield, Mo. 
Hall, George Atwater, Chicago, 111. 
Hanford, Samuel Ira, Beloit, Wis. 
Harbutt, Charles, Chicago, 111. 
Harp, Cyrus Daniel, Benevola, Md. 
Harper, Edward Thompson, Port Byron, 111. 
Harrison, James Kirtland, Chicago, 111. 
Hartley, Daniel N., Salem, Iowa. 
Hatch, Daniel Phillips, No. Marshfield, Mass. 
Hawes, James Byron, Brooksville, Me. 
Hedding, Melvin Elijah, Port Henry, N. Y. 
Hemuienway, Miles, Warren, Me. 
Herhert, Joseph, Sibly, Iowa. 
Herrick, Henry Martin, Ruckford, 111. 
Hewitt, George Ross, Boston, Mass. 
Hiatt, Caspar W., Tonica, 111. 
Hitchcock, Alvarus Nelson, Montfort, Wis. 
Hitchcock, Chas. Edward, Michigan City, Ind 
Hoadley, Horace George, New Haven, Conn. 
Hobbs, John Howard, Hartford, Conn. 
Hobhs, Josepb Melzar, Boston, Mass. 
Holden, Edwin Knight, Otisfield, Me. 
Holdeo, Frederick A., Fitchburg, Mass. 
Holman, Edwin C, Andover, Mass. 
Hood, Edmund Lyman, Minneapolis, Minn. 
Hoover, Cliuton Dorsey, Smithsburg, Md. 
Horton, Jacob, Bethel, Me. 
Houlding, Horace, Riverside, Cal. 
Howland, Henry Martin, Jaffna, Ceylon. 
Hoyt, Chas. Edward, Saratoga Springs, N. Y. 
Hudson, George Gary, Auburn, 111. 
Humpluev, Robert, Chelmsford, Eng. 
Hunter, William Close, Toronto, Ont. 
James, John Morris, Ferndale, Wales. 
Jernberg, Reinert A., Fredrikshald, Norway. 
Jones, J. M. Merlin, Sonoma, Cal. 
Jones. Idrys, Machyulleth, North Wales. 
Jones, John David, Gwemogle, Soutb Wales. 
Jones, Joseph Morgan, Llansawel, So. Wales. 
Joseph, William, Llandyssul, South Wales. 
Judson, George William, Stratford, Ct. 
Kahler, Frank Roland, Millersburg, Pa. 
Kaufman, William Henry, 
Kellev, Arthur W., Auburndale, Mass. 
KelloLg, Charles Carroll, Cawker City, Kan. 
Kimbail, Lucieu Carpenter, Webster, N. H. 



College and Year 


Seminary 


and 


of Graduating. 


Class. 




Geissen Ilealschule. 


Chic igo, Sp. 


Jun. 








Hartford, 


Jun. 


West Md. 


1882 


Yale, 


Jun. 





— 


Bangor, 


Jun. 


Fisk Univ. 


1883 


Chicago, 


Mid. 


Washburn, 


1883 


Yale, 


Mid. 


Union, 


1882 


Hartford, 


Sen. 


Amherst, 


1882 


Hartford, 


Sen. 


Wheatou, 





Chieago, Sp 


. Jun. 


— 


— 


Chicago, Sp 


. Jun. 


Williams, 


1882 


Andover, 


Mid. 








Chicago, 


Jun. 








Chicago, Sp 


. Jun. 


Univ. Vt. 





Bangor, 


Jun. 








Chicago, Sp 


.Mid. 








Chicago, Sp 


.Mid. 


Univ. Wis. 


1882 


Chicago, 


Sen. 


Drury, 


187!) 


Yale, 


Grad. 


Amherst, 


1882 


Hartford, 


Sen. 


Beloit, 


1884 


Ch cago, 


Jun. 








Bangor, 


Jun. 


Lebanon Val. 1880 


Yale, 


Sen. 


Oberlin, 


1881 


Chicago, 


Jun. 


Olivet, 


1883 


Chicago, 


Sen. 


Earlbam, 


— 


Chieago, 


Jun. 


Amherst, 


1883 


Hartford, 


Mid. 








Bangor, 


Sen. 


Oberlin, 





Yale, 


Sen. 








Bangor, 


Mid. 








Chicago, Sp 


. Sen. 


Amherst, 


1884 


Yale, 


Jun. 


Harvard, 


1883 


Hartford, 


Mid. 


Wheaton, 


1882 


Oberlin, 


Sen. 


Univ. Wis. 


1880 


Chicago, 


Sen. 


Wes.Res.Un.1883 


Yale, 


Mid. 


Yale, 


1883 


Yale, 


Jun. 


Amherst, 


1882 


H artford, 


Sen. 


Brown, 


1883 


Hartford, 


Mid. 


Univ. Wis. 


1882 


Yale, 


Sen. 


Amherst, 


1878 


Andover, 


R. L. 


Dartmouth, 





Andover, 


Sen. 


Univ. Minn. 





Yale, 


Sen. 


Penn. 


1883 


Yale, 


Mid. 


Williams, 


1874 


Bangor, 


Sen. 


Knox, 


— 


Chicago, 


Mid. 


Amherst, 


1882 


Andover. 


Jun. 








Oberlin, 


Jun. 


Lincoln Un. 


1884 


Chicago, 


Jun. 








Oberlin, 


Mid. 


Glasgow, 




Chieago, 


Jun. 


Brecon, 


1884 


Yale, 


Jun. 


Yale, 


1884 


Yale, 


Jun. 


Carmarthen 


— 


Pacific, 


Jun. 


Carmarthen 


1880 


Yale, 


Mid. 


Carmarthen, 


1882 


Yale, 


Sen. 


Bala, 


1883 


Yale, 


Mid. 


Carmarthen 


1882 


Yale, 


Sen. 


Yale, 


1884 


Yale, 


Jun. 


Peunsylva'a 


1881 


Yale, 


Mid. 





— 


Yale, 


Jun. 


Amherst, 


1879 


Andover, 


R. L. 


Otterhein Ur 


i. — 


Oberlin, 


Jun. 


Dartmouth, 


1882 


Andover, 


Mid. 



1885.] 



THEOLOGICAL SEMINARIES. 



G9 



NAMES AND RESIDENCES. 



College and Year 
of Graduating. 



Seminary and 
Class. 



Kingman, Henry, Boston, Mass. 
Kloss, Charles Luther, Highland, Kan. 
Lade, James, Thurso, Canada. 
Lanse, John Gutheil, Cre'e, Neh. 
Lawrence, John Bouton, South Norwalk, Ct. 
Leadingham, John, Hammond, N Y. 
Lee, Timothy Jonathan, Madison, Ct. 
Lewis, Thomas George, Chicago, 111. 
Lewis, Thomas Jones, Plymouth, Pa. 
Livingston, William Farrand, Jaffrey, N. H. 
Lloyd, Rus. R., Marietta, O. 
Longren. Charles William, Wilcox, Pa. 
Luse, T. Claire, Adamsville, Mich. 
Lynch, Franklin Pierce, Doyle<town. Pa. 
Mac Do i) aid, John A., Hopewell, N. S. 
MacNeill, Sam'] Melancthon, Milwaukee, Wis 
Manchester, Charles, Dunlap, Io. 
Mathews, George R , Painesville, O. 
McBride. Win. Henry, Jacksontown, N. B. 
McDonald, John Low, San Bernardino, Cal. 
Mcintosh, David Cameron, Floss, Out. 
McKinney.Wm. Harrison Mountain, Iud. Ter. 
McKee, John, Noblesville, Ind. 
McKnight, Henry Chapman, Ellington, Ct. 
Mears, Oliver W , Augusta, Me. 
Medlar, William Henry, Dreliersville, Pa. 
Merrick, Solomon Greasly. Baltimore, Md. 
Merrill, Adams Huse, Browuville, Me. 
Merrill. George H., Oakland, Cal. 
Metcalf, Wilmot Vernon, Elyria, N. Y. 
Meyer, Adolph Charles, Hanover, Ger. 
Miller, Albert President, Nashville, Tenn. 
Mills, Charles Smith, Andover, Mass. 
Miter, Henry P»., Beaver Dam. Wis. 
Morgan, David William, Johnstown, Pa. 
Morrow, Horace E., Gloucester, Mass. 
Morse, Robert Calfe, Tremont. 111. 
Muller, John Henry, Zurich, Switzerland. 
Mutch, William Jarae", Elroy, Wis. 
Nakashima, Rikizo, Kioto, .Japan 
Nevell, Horatio Bannister, Greenfield, Mass. 
Nichols, Alfred B., New Haven, Ct. 
Nott, Jarvis Lee, No. Springfield, Mo. 
Nutting, John Dan forth, Chicago, 111. 
O'Brien, James Putnam, Noel, N. S. 
Packard, Nahum Luther, Spring Green, Wis. 
Paddock, George Evan, Nankin, Mich. 
Palmer, Orange Stephen, Rising City, Neb. 
Parsons, Edward Smith, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Patrick, George Thomas White, Lyons, Io. 
Patton, Cornelius Howard, Washington, D. C. 
Payne, Charles Albert, Otho, Io. 
Pennock, Benjamin Whipple, Rutland, Vt. 
Perry, Alfred Tyler, North Adams, Mass. 
Perry, George Hazard, Jr., Manhattan, Kan. 
Pettengill, Arthur Gooding, Brewer, Me. 
Phillips, James Kay, Doe Run, Pa. 
Pierpont, John, New Haven, Conn. 
Plass, Norman, Hudson, N. Y. 
Pollard. Samuel W., Grand Rapids, Mich. 
Poor, William George, Andover, Mass. 
Porter, Frank Chamberlain, Bcloit, Wis. 
Powers, Harry Palmer, Sutherland Falls, Vt. 



Colby, 1884 

High'd Uu. 1882 

Doane, 1882 

Dartmouth, 1882 

Oberlin, 1883 

Yale, T. S. 1879 



Williams, 1884 
Marietta, 1884 
Bowdoin, 1884 
N. West Un. 1884 
Lewisb'g Un. — 
Dalhousie, — 
Ripon, 1883 

Park, 1883 

West. Res. 1884 



McGill, 

Roanoke, 

Butler Un. 

Yale, 

Bowdo ; n, 

Muhlenburg 

Leb. Val. 



1883 

1884 
1882 
1884 
,1882 
1883 



Oberlin, 1883 

Gymnasium, — 
Fisk Univ. 1878 
Amherst, 
Ripon, 
Marietta, 
Wesleyan, 
Knox, 
Lebanon Val. — 
Univ. Wis. 1882 
West. Res. 1884 
Amherst, 1883 



1882 
1873 

18S2 
1880 
1884 



Drury, 

Wheaton, 

Oberlin. 

Univ. Wis. 

Olivet, 

Oberlin, 

Amherst, 

Univ. Iowa, 

Amherst, 



1882 
1878 
1884 
1883 
1882 

1883 

1878 
1883 



1883 
1880 
1883 
1881 



Amherst, 
Williams, 
Washburn, 
Bowdoin, 
Pennsylvania. — 
Yale, 1883 

Williams, 1882 
Olivet, 1882 

Dartmouth, 1882 
Beloit, 1883 

Middlebury, 1882 



Jun. 
Sen. 
Sen. 
S-n. 
Sen. 
Mid. 
Grad. 



Hartford 
Yale, 
Bangor, 
Chicago, 
Yale, 
Oberlin, 
Yale 
Chicago, Sp. Jun 
Bangor, Jun 

Hartford, Jun 
Chicago, Sp. Jun 
Andover, Jun 
Chicago, Sp. Jun 
Yale. Jun 

Pacific, Mid 

Yale, Mid 

Oberlin, Mid 



Bangor, 

Pacific, 

Oberlin, 

Yale, 

Yale, 

Yale, 

H artf ord, 

Yale, 

Yale, 

Bangor, 

Pacific, 

Oberlin, 

Chicago, 

Yale, ' 

Andover, 

Audover, 

Yale, 

Andover, 

Yale, 

Yale, 

Yale, 

Yale, 

Chicago, 

Yale, 

Y.le, 

Oberlin, 

Oberlin, 

Chicago, 

Yale, 

Chicago, 

Yale, 

Yale, 

Yale, 



Mid. 
Sen. 
Sen. 
Mid. 
Jun. 
Sen. 
Jun. 
Sen. 
Mid. 
Mid. 
Mid. 
Mid. 
Sen. 
Sen. 
Sen. 
Mid. 
Sen. 
Sen. 
Jun. 
Jun. 
Sen. 
Sen. 
Jun. 
Grad. 
Sen. 
Sen. 
Jun. 
Mid. 
Sen. 
Ren. 
Jun. 
Sen. 
Mid. 



Chicago, Sp. Sen. 

Yale, 

Hartford, 

Yale, 

Yale, 

Yale, 

Yale, 

Yale, 

Chicago, 

Yale, 

Hartford, 

Hartf. id, 



Mid. 
Sen. 
Mid. 
Sen. 
Jun. 
Mid. 
Mid. 
S. n. 
Sen. 
Miit. 
Mid. 



7© 



CONGREGATIONAL YEAR-BOOK. 



[1885. 



NAMES AND P.ESIDENCE3. 



College and Year 
of Graduating. 



Pratt, Davis Butler, Middleboro, Mass. 
Prentiss, George Foster, Windhara, Vt. 
Preston, Charles Warren, Newton, Io. 
Prince, Walter Franklin, Detroit, Me. 
Rarnser, Jacob, Basel, Ger. 
Redderhoff, Oscar, Norten, Hanover, Ger. 
Rederus, Anco, Pella, Iowa, 
Reed, Geo. Harlow. Wellesley, Ma=s. 
Reed, George Waldo, Springfield, Mass. 
Rice, John Hall Julien, Cortland. O. 
Ricker, Albert Eugene, Sidney, Neb. 
Risser, Henry Arthur, Burlington, Iowa. 
Roberts, Edward Salem, South Wales. 
Roberts, Peter. Dowlais, South Wales. 
Robinson, Orrin Lucius, Plainview, Min. 
Robinson, Stephen H., Waitsfield, Vt. 
Ruhland, Andrew Wolf, Chicago, 111. 
Rood, Francis Dwight, Godfrey, 111. 
Roper, Charles F., Andover, Mass. 
Rose, Samuel, Poqttonock, Conn. 
Rouse, Frederick Thomas, West Winsted, Ct. 
Rowland, George Miller, Edwardsville, N. Y. 
Hushing, William Crump, Fort Worth, Tex. 
Sandbrook, Win., Dowlais, South Wales. 
Sanderson, Eugene Clarmont, Bloomfield, la. 
Schwab, Elias Francis, Venus, Penn. 
Scudder, Lewis Rosseau, Glastonbury, Ct. 
Scudder, William VVaterbury, Glastonbury, Ct. 
Seuffer, Herman, Waldtham, Wurtemberg. 
Sharp, Robert Walter, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Sheaff, Robert Lester, Skowhegan, Me. 
Sheldon, Chas. Monroe, Yankton, Dak. 
Sherts, Thomas, Blair, Out. 
Show, Arley Barthlow, Aurora, Neb. 
Shygesou, Hanson Eldridge, 1'awtucket, R. I. 
Sinclair, Wm. Albert, Georgetown, S. C. 
Skelton, William J., Waltham, Mass. 
Slade, William, Thetford. Vt. 
Small, Charles Herbert. New York, N. Y. 
Smith, Arthur, Hadley, Mass 
Smith, Charles Hugh, Hartford, Ct. 
Smith, David Orvis, Bay City, Mich. 
Smith, Ed. Sinclair, Monroeville, O. 
Smith, Silas Levi, Oregon, Wis 
Smith, Thomas Miller, Sun Prairie. Wis. 
Sneath, Elias Hershey, Columbia. Pa. 
Snyder, Henry Spekes. New Haven, Conn. 
Stanford, Arthur Willis, Lowell, Mass. 
Stearns, William Foster, Boston, Mass. 
Stemen, John Andrew, Bremen, O. 
Stevens, Frederick Lorenzo, Winona, Minn. 
Stoddard. Eugene Warren, Andover, Mass. 
Stone, Dwight Clinton, Bethlehem, Conn. 
Strong, David Humphrey, Goleraiue, Mass. 
Strong, William Ellsworth, Auburndale, Mass 
Strom, Joseph Woodbury, Millbridge, Me. 
Sutherland, Ward Taylor, Rochester, N. Y. 
Symmonds, Edward William, London, Eng. 
Taylor, Charles Barnabas, Linwood, Neb. 
Taylor, Waiter P., Charlottetown, P. E. I. 
Te.ry, Albert Wallace, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Thomas, Thomas Pierce, Pittsburg, Pa. 
Thome, James Allen, Tremout, 111. 



Seminary and 

Class. 



Williams, 


1883 


Andover, 


.Tun. 


Amherst, 


1884 


Yale, 


Jim. 


Io. State Univ. '82 


Yale, 


Sen. 


— 


— 


Bangor, 


Jun. 


Basel Inst. 


— 


Chicago, 


Mid. 


— 


— 


Chicago, Sp 


Jun. 


— 


— 


Chicago, 


•Tun. 


— 


— 


Bangor. 


Mid. 


Amherst, 


1882 


Hartford, 


Jun. 


Berea, 


1879 


Oberlin, 


Jun. 


— 


— 


Chicago, Sp 


Jun. 


— 


— 


Chicago, 


Jun. 


Bala, 


1883 


Ya'e, 


Mid. 


Brecon, 


1883 


Yale, 


Mid. 


Carlton, 


1883 


Oberlin, 


Jun. 


Dartmouth, 


— 


Andover, 


Adv. 


N. W. Univ 


— 


Chicago, 


Jun. 


Shurtliff, 


1881 


Chicago, 


Sen. 


— 


— 


Andover, 


Sen. 


Dartmouth, 


— 


Hartford, 


Mid. 


Amherst, 


1882 


Hartford, 


Sen. 


Middlebury, 


1883 


Hertford, 


Mid. 


— 


— 


Chicago, 


R. L. 


Bala, 


1883 


Yale,' 


Mid. 


Oskaloosa, 


1883 


Yaie, 


Jun. 


— 


— 


Chicago, Sp 


. Jun. 


New Jersey, 


1882 


Hartford, 


Sen. 


New Jersey, 


1882 


Hartford, 


Sen. 




— 


Chicago, 


Sen. 


Lafayette, 


1880 


Yale, 


Mid. 


— 


— 


Bangor, 


Jun. 


Brown, 


1883 


Andover, 


Mid. 


— 


— 


Bangor, 


Jun. 


Doaue, 


1882 


Andover, 


Sen. 


— 


— 


Bangor, 


Mid. 


Howard, 


1879 


Andover, 


Adv. 


Oberlin, 


— 


Andover, 


Juu. 


Dartmouth, 


1884 


ALdover, 


Jun. 


— 


— 


Yale, 


Sen. 


Amherst, 


1877 


Andover, 


Sen. 


Amherst, 


1884 


Hartford, 


dun. 


— 


— 


Chicago, Si 


.Mid. 


— 


— 


Oberlin, 


Mid. 


Hillsdale, 


1882 


Yale, 


Sen. 


Glasgow Un 




Chicago, 


Jun. 


Lebanon Val. 1881 


Yale, 


Grad. 


Yale, 


] 882 


Yale, 


Sen. 


Amherst, 


1882 


Yule, 


Sen. 


Amherst, 


1882 


Hartford, 


Sen. 


O.Wes.Uuiv.1880 


Yale, 


Sen. 


Olivet, 


1882 


Yale, 


Sell. 


Amherst, 


1882 


A in lover, 


Mid. 


Rutland, 


] 883 


Oberlin, 


dun. 


Williams, 


1882 


Hartford, 


Sen. 


Dartmouth, 


1882 


Hartford, 


Sen. 


— 


— 


Bangor, 


Sen. 


Roehester,U.1878 


Vale, 


Jun. 


E.London, I 


n. — 


Chicago, Sp. Sen. 


— 


— 


Chicago, Sp. Sen. 


Boston U. 


18S4 


Andover, 


Sen. 


— 


— 


Oberlin, 


Juu. 


Marietta, 


1882 


Yale. 


Sen 


Oberlin, 


1883 


Oberlin, 


Juu 



1885.] 



THEOLOGICAL SEMINARIES. 



71 



NAMES AND RESIDENCES. 



Thompson, James Brettle, St. Johns, N. F. 
Thompson, John J., Finlayson, Nassau, \V. I. 
Tippett. Thomas E., Oakland, Cal. 
Todd, Henry A.. Monmouth, 111. 
Torrey, Daniel Temple, Andover, Mass. 
Towne, Salem Darius, Bennington, Vt. 
Trenethick, Charles, Jackson, Cal. 
Tucker, John Foster, Elk Falls, Kan. 
Tuckerman, Frederick Wells, Edgartown,Mass. 
Turkle, Alonzo John, Fairview, O. 
Turner, William Jay, Seville, O. 
Tuttle, Charles Francis, Lynn. Mass 
Waldron, George Burnside, Oberlin, O. 
Walker, Williston, Hartford, Conn. 
Wannamaker, Henry G., Orangeburg, S. C. 
Ward, Hi rain Qnintilion, St. Johnshury, Vt. 
Warren, Edgar Lindley, Augusta, Me. 
Washburn. Chas H.. Melrose Highlands, Mass 
Webster, Franklin Gates, Lynn, Mass. 
Weeden, Charles Foster, Providence, R. I. 
Wells, David Collin, Fayetteyille, N. Y. 
Weyler, Rudolph. Livonia, Russia. 
Whalley, John Thomas, Forest Grove, Or. 
Wheeler, Wilmot Henry, 
Wheeler, Wilson Curtis, New Haven, Conn. 
Whitmore, James Eugene, Hampden, Me. 
Whittaker, John W.. Atlanta, Ga 
Whittlesey, Charles Terrill, Roxburv, Conn. 
Wilder, Charles Samuel. Conway, Mass. 
Wilkes, Arthur Birks, Oberlin, O. 
Williams, David Ebrill, Parkyrhos, So. Wales 
Williams, Henry Horace, Sunbury, N. C. 
Wilson, John Brainerd, Pea'oody. Mass. 
Wilson, William, Lake Benton, Minn. 
Woodruff, Alfred Eugene, Fiauklinville, N. Y. 
Woodwill, George Masters, Dover, N. H. 
Wright, Alfred Clarence, Brocksville, Kan. 
Wright, Benj. Meade, Greenwich, Conn. 
Wyckoff, Charles Truman, Galesburg, 111. 
Yundt, Thomas Marcks, Allentown, Pa. 



College and 


3fear 


Seminary 


and 


of Graduating. 


Class. 








Oberlin, 


Sen. 


West Md. 


1883 


Yale, 


Mid. 


_ 


— 


Pacific, 


Sen. 


_ 


— 


Chicago, 


R. L. 


Univ. Vt. 


1883 


Andover, 


Juu. 





— 


Bangor, 


Sen. 





— 


Pacific, 


Juu. 


Kan. Univ., 


1883 


Yale, 


Mid. 


Colorado, 


1882 


Yale, 


Sen. 


Wittenberg, 


1883 


Yale, 


Mid. 


Oberlin, 


1881 


Andover, 


Juu. 


Olivet, 


1884 


Oberlin, 


.Tun. 


Oberlin, 


1884 


Oberlin, 


Juu. 


Amherst, 


1883 


Hartford, 


Mid. 


Wofford, 


1884 


Yale, 


Jun. 


Dartmouth, 


1883 


Chicago, 


Jun. 


— 


— 


Bangor, 


Mid. 


Amherst. 


1883 


Andover, 


Jun. 


Dartmouth, 


1883 


Hartford, 


Mid. 


Amherst, 


1884 


Hartford, 


Jun. 


Yale, 


1880 


Audover, 


Sen. 


Uu. of Riga 


— 


Chicago, 


Mid. 


Pacific, 


1881 


Audover, 


Sen. 


Amherst, 


1880 


Andover, 


Mid. 


Yale, 


1880 


Yale, 


Jun. 


— 


— 


Bangor, 


Mid. 


Atlanta Un. 


1884 


Hartford, 


Jun. 


Amherst, 


1883 


Yale, 


Jun. 


Colby Un. 


— 


Bangor, 


Jun. 


— 


— 


Oberlin, 


Jun. 


Bala, 


1883 


Yale, 


Mid. 


Univ. N. C. 


1883 


Yale, 


Jun. 


Harvard, 


1884 


Andover, 


Jun. 


Lincoln Un. 


1870 


Chicago, 


Mid. 


Oberlin, 


1884 


Oberlin, 


Jun. 


Dartmouth, 


1884 


Andover, 


Jun. 


Beloit, 


1880 


Chicago, 


Mid. 


— 


— 


Bangor, 


Mid. 


Knox, 


1884 


Chicago, 


Jun. 


Muhlenburg 


,1882 


Yale, 


Sen. 



72 



CONGREGATIONAL YEAR-BOOK. 



[1885. 



SUMMARY OF OFFICERS, AND STUDENTS, 1883-84, AND TOTALS FOR 
PRECEDING YEARS. 



Seminabt. 



Andover 

Bangor 

Chicago 

Hartford 

Oberlin ... 

Pacific 

Yale 

Totals, 1884-85 

" 1883-84 

" 1882-83 

" 1881-82 

" 1880-81 

" 1879-80 

" 1878-79 

" 1877-78 

" 187(5-77 

" 1875-76 

" 1874-75 

" 1873-74 

" 1872-73 

" 1871-72 

" 1870-71 

" 1869-70 

" 18(58-69 

" 1867-68 

" 1866-67 

" 1865-66 

" 1864-65 

" 1863-64 

" 1862-63 

" 1861-62 

" 1860-61 

" 1859-60 

" 1858-59 



t, ° 5 

a a 



18 

n 

24 
27 
19 
15 
13 
19 
22 
22 
22 
16 
11 
12 
11 
9 
11 
11 
10 
10 
9 
9 
11 
9 
7 
10 
10 



a* 



tfh4 



6 
9 
3 
13 

11 
17 

8 
13 

8 

9 
13 
12 
13 
16 
18 

7 
16 

9 
16 
19 
19 

10 

16 
18 

14 

24 

15 



a 2, 

a a . 

< o5 



Students. 



96 

74 
84 
94 
89 
96 
82 
83 
87 
70 
102 
83 
93 
74 
72 
74 
87 
97 
51 
53 

m 

80 
90 
96 
93 

68 
67 



87 
97 
73 
86 
90 
96 

101 
99 
93 
98 
86 

105 
88 
89 
73 
72 
68 
92 
98 
58 
53 
53 

103 
95 

100 
90 
75 



107 
90 
100 
79 
98 
90 
96 
109 
103 
99 
93 
103 
116 
92 
98 
81 
65 
65 
85 
84 
43 
58 
58 
81 
94 
94 
99 



1 

a30 


1 




32 
23 
15 
16 

7 
16 

:;i 

36 
29 
36 
35 
36 
32 
23 
29 
13 
18 
4 
8 
10 

2 
1 
3 
11 
9 
9 



37 

30 
62 
51 
36 
10 
96 



322 
284 
272 
275 
279 
298 
310 
327 
312 
303 
316 
327 
329 
278 
272 
240 
238 
258 
242 
205 
162 
193 
252 
275 
298 
261 
250 



a These special students at Chicago are ranked, 7 with the Senior, 6 with the Middle, and 17 
with the Junior classes. 



1885.] 



THEOLOGICAL SEMINARIES. 



73 



COLLEGE EDUCATION OF THE UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS. 

In this table, a number in parenthesis denotes that that number, although once 
connected with the college mentioned, did not complete the course. The figures not 
in parenthesis denote graduates of the college mentioned. 



COLLEGES. 







Seminaries. 






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Amherst College, Massachusetts 

Atlanta University, Georgia 

Bala College, Wales 

Basel Missionary Inst., Switzerland... . 

Bates College, Maine 

Beloit College, Wisconsin 

Berea College, Kentucky 

Boston University, Massachusetts 

Bowdoin College, Maine 

Brecon College, Wales 

Brown University, Rhode Island 

Butler University, Indiana 

Carmarthen, College, Wales 

Carleton College, Minnesota 

Central Turkey College, Asia 

Christian Union College, Indiana 

Colby University, Maine 

Colorado College, Colorado 

Cornell University, New York 

Dalhousie College, Nova Scotia 

Dartmouth College, New Hampshire. . 

Doane College, Nebraska 

Drury College, Missouri 

Eastham College, Indiana 

East London Institute, England 

Fiske University, Tennessee 

Geisen Realschule, Germany 

Glasgow University, Scotland 

Gymnasium. Germany 

Harvard College, Massachusetts 

Highland University, Kansas 

Hillsdale College, Michigan 

Indiana University 

Iowa College 

Iowa State University 

Johns Hopkins University, Maryland. . 

Kansas State University 

Knox College, Illinois 

Lafayette College, Pennsylvania 

Lebanon Valley College, Pennsylvania. 

Lewisburg, University at 

Lincoln University, Illinois , 

Marietta College, Ohio 

McGill University, Canada 

Middlebury College, Vermont 

Minnesota, University of 

Muhlenberg College, Pennsylvania. . . . 

New Jersey, College of 

North Carolina, University of 



1 

2 

1 

1 

(1) (1) 



(1) 1 
1 



(1) 



(1) 



(1) 1 



(1) 



(1) 7 
1 



(1) 



(1) 



(1) 



12 



40 
1 



(1) 
(1) 



1 1 

3 4 

1 

1 

1 

1(2) 1 

1 1 

(1) 

1 

2(2)14 

4 

1(1) 1 

(1) 

(1) 

(1) 1 

(2) 

(2) 

(1) 



2 2 

2 2 

1(1) 1 

1 1 

2(1) 3 

1 1 

(1) 2(1) 2 

1 1 

2 

2 4 

(1) 

) '(1) * 

3 3 

2: 4 

1; 1 



74 



CONGREGATIONAL YEAR-BOOK. 



[1885. 



COLLEGE EDUCATION OF THE UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS 

(concluded). 



COLLEGES. 



Seminaries. 



Northwestern University, Illinois 

Oberlin College, Ohio 

Ohio Wesley an University 

Olivet College, Michigan 

Oskaloosa College , 

Otterbein University , 

Pacific University, Oregon 

Park College, Missouri 

Pennsylvania College 

Pennsylvania, University of 

Riga, University of, Germany 

Ripon College, Wisconsin 

Roanoke College, Virginia , 

Rochester University, New York. 

Shurtleff College, Iowa 

Union College, New York 

Vermont University , 

Washburn College, Kansas 

Washington Territory, University of. 
Wesleyan University, Connecticut. . . 

Western College, Iowa 

Western Maryland College 

Western Reserve University, Ohio. . . 

Wheatou College, Illinois 

Wilberforce University 

Williams College, Massachusetts 

Wisconsin, University of 

Wittenburg College 

Wofford College, South Carolina .... 
Yale College, Connecticut 



(1) 3 



(1) 



(2) 

(1) 



(1) 



Total number of graduates . . . 
Incomplete college course 
Never connected with college. 



Total 



.",7 



(1) 



30 



62 



14 



(1) 



(1) 



di 



51 



36 



(1) 1 
1 



(1) 3 

(1) 



10 



(2) 1 

(4)20 
1 
4 
1 

(1) 
1 
1 

(1) 3 

(1) 

(D 

3 

1 

1 

1 

■> 1 

2 

(1) 

1 
1 
4 
4 

(1) 2 
1 
9 
5 
I 
1 

(1)11 



213 
34 

74 



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76 CONGREGATIONAL YEAR-BOOK. [1885. 



THE ANNUAL STATISTICS OF THE CHURCHES AND 

MINISTERS. 



Thr following pagjs contain the statistics as collected iu 1884 by the 
statistical secretaries of the several State organizations, and compiled for 
this publication by the s 'cretary of the National Council, under vote of tlie 
publishing committee appointed by the Council. 

The secretary, as heretofore, in no case presumes to insert or omit the 
name of church or minister on any authority but that of the State secretaries, 
representing their own organizations, or of Councils subsequent to the date 
of annual reports. 

The contents of the statistics are as follows : — 

1. The Statistics of the Churches and Pastors, by States. 

2. List of Foreign Missionaries, arranged by Missions. 

3. General Summary Tables for the year. 

4. Tables of Summaries, 1858-1884. 

5. Remarks upon the Statistics and Minor Explanations. 

fi. The National. State and Local Organizations of the Churches, with 
Officers, and dates of sessious iu 1884. 

7. Alphabetical List of Ministers, with P. O. address, and indexed to pages. 

8. Alphabetical List of Licentiates. 

RULES OF COMPILATION. 

1. To arrange in alphabetical order everything capable of it; except that 
the churches in any one town or city are placed according to age. 

2. To make each State list to conform strictly to the State boundaries. 
Churches or ministers reported by the Association of a State other than their 
own are, therefore, transferred to their proper places ; and the summaries are 
correspondingly corrected. 

3. To make new tables each year. "Last year's report" (if known to be 
such) is always omitted No allowance is made for the membership of any 
non-reporting church or Sunday school, except such as is made by the State 
secretaries, who are the proper judges of its propriety. The list of churches 
of this year is compared, name t>y name, with that of last year, and all varia- 
tions are specifically mentioned with the State summary, so that each church 
can be traced from year to year. 

4. To examine carefully all the tables, with a view to correction or addition 
by correspondence, especially to correct "pastoral supply" to the latest 
moment. Proof-sheets have been seut to secretaries and some Home Mission 
superintendents who could be reached in season But no such changes have 
been allowed to affect the summaries. 

5. To complete the statistics by (1) giving in some form every statistical 
fact obtainable, — items given by some States, but not by all, being aggre- 
gated with the respective State summaries; and (2) putting into finished 
State and general summaries, with "totals" in all cases, everything capable 
of it; so that no person in search of any statistical fact shall be obliged to 
perforin any arithmetical calculation to fiud it. 



18S5.] STATISTICS OF CHURCHES AND MINISTERS. 77 



MINOR EXPLANATIONS. 

1. Any church given in brackets is one organized since the date of State 
report; not included in the summary, but inserted for information. A few 
churches temporarily not associated are inserted by their own wish. 

2. Installed pastors are marked l 'p," or " i," pastors recognized, " rec." ; 
others in service are not marked. Blanks in the column of pastoral supply, 
meaning no regularly engaged minister, are lelt burnt for the convenience 
of those who note pastoral changes. 

3. Post-office addresses of ministers in pastoral service are not found in 
the tables of churches, but in the General Alphabetical List of Midsters. 

4. The two columns following the names of ministers in the tables of 
churches denote (1) the year of ordination, (2; the year when the minister 
was installed, or commenced service with that church. 

5. A star (*) prefixed to the name of a minister in pastoral service, not 
installed, implies that he is not a member of any organization of churches or 
ministers in that State; but not many States so designate in the tables. A 
star similarly prefixed in the General Alphabetical List of Ministers denotes 
that he is found in the original State alphabetical list, but is reported not to 
be a member of any such organization in the United States ; or that he is 
found supplyiug some church, but is not in the State alphabetical list. 

6. Licentiates are not reckoned as ministers. Churches supplied by such, 
or by ministers of other denominations, are reckoned as vacant; but the 
number of such churches is given in each State summary. No ministers of 
other denominations (if so known) are inserted in the General Alphabetical 
List. Some ministers belong to the two denominations at once. 

7. ' The names of some Congregational ministers are, doubtless, missing; 
but it is solely because they are not reported by any organization of churches 
or ministers. 

8. Under "Church Members," "Absent" are included in "Males," 
"Females," and "Total." "Additions," "Removals," and "Baptisms" 
cover tlie twelve months next preceding the date of report given with the 
name of each State. 

9. Blanks iu any column of figures are such as were so left in the State 
Minutes. They ought always to signify " no report," bat some States do not 
follow the proper rule of inserting a cipher where "none" is meam, and the 
examiner must conjecture, iu any given case, whether " uoue " or "no 
report" is intended. In our General Summaries, a blank invariably signifies 
" no report." 

10. A vigorous effort has been made this year to give, with the name of a 
church, its posl-office address if it be different from the name of place giveu. 
The eflbrt is greatly, but not entirely successful. It will be tried again next 
year. 



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CONGREGATIONAL MINISTERS lN^FOREIGN MISSIONARY 
SERVICE, January, 1885. 



CONNECTED WITH THE AMERICAN HOARD OF COMMISSIONERS 
FOR FOREIGN MISSIONS : * 



AFRICA: 

East Central Africa. 



1884. 



Benjamin F. Ousley, Inhambane, '84 

Erwin H. Richards, Inhambane, '80 

"William C. "Wilcox, Inhambane, '80 

West Central Africa. 1880. 

William E. Fay, '81 

William H. Sanders, '80 

Wesley M. Stover, '81 



Zulus, South Africa. 1835. 

Henry M. Bridgman, Umzumbi, 
Herbert D. Goodenough, Adams, 
Charles W. Holbrook, Adams, 
William Ireland, Adams, 
Charles W. Kilbon, Adams, 
Stephen C. Pixley, Inanda, 
Elijah Robbing, Adams, 
David Rood, Umvoti, 
Josiah Tyler, Umzumduzi, 
George A. Wilder, Uintwalumi, 

AUSTRIA: 1872. 
Albert W. Clark, Prague, 



'60 

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'68 



CHINA: 

Foochow. 1847. 

Chas. Hartwell, Foochow Suburbs, '52 
Geo.H.Hubbard, Foochow Suburbs, '84 
Joseph E. Walker, Shau-wu, '72 

S. F. Woodin, Foochow Suburbs, '59 

Hong-Kong. 1882. 
Charles R. Hager, Hong-Kong, '82 

North China. 1854. 

William S. Ament, Peking, 
Harlan P. Beach, Tung cho, 
Henry Blodget, d. d., Peking, 
Franklin M. Chapin, Kalgan, 
Chauncey Goodrich, Tungcho, 
Henry P. Perkins, Tientsin, 
Isaac Pierson, Paoting-fu, 
Henry D. Porter, m. d., Shantuni 
James H. Roberts, Kalgan, 
Arthur H. Smith, Shantung, 
William P. Sprague, Kalgan, 
Charles A. Stan lev, Tientsin, 
Mark Williams, Kalgan, 



72 



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'65 


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'70 


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'72 


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'77 


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'73 


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Shanse. 1882. 

Ireneus J. Atwood, Tai-ku, '81 

Dwight H. Clapp, Tai-ku, 'C4 

Francis M. Price, Tai-ku, '83 

Martin L. Stimson, Tai-ku, '81 

Charles D. Tenney, Tai-ku, '82 

INDIA: 

Ceylon. 1816. 

Samuel W. Howland, Oodoopitty, '73 

William W. Howland, Oodooville, '45 

Thomas S. Smith, Tillipally, '71 

Madura. 1834. 

Albert H Burnell, Mana-Madura, '81 

John S. Chandler, Pasumalai, '73 

George H. Gutterson, Melur, '78 

James Herrick, Tirnmangalam, '45 

Win. S. Howland, Mandapasalai, '73 

John P. Jones, Madura, '78 

Joseph T. Noyes, Periakulam, '48 

James E. Tracy, Tirupuvanam, '77 

George T. Washburn, Pasumalai, '59 

Maratha. 1813. 

Justin E. Abbott, Bombay, '81 

Arthur 1). Bissell, Ahmednagar, '84 

Henry J. Bruce, Satara, '(>2 
Samuel B. Fairbank, d. d., Wadale, '45 

Lorin S. Gates, Sholapur, '75 

Charles Harding, Sholapur, '5fi 

Edward S. Hume, Bombay, '75 

Robert A. Hume, Ahmednagar, '74 

Richard Winsor, Sirur, '70 

JAPAN: 1869. 

George Allchin, Osaka, '81 

John L. Atkinson, Kobe, '69 

Chauncey M. Cady, Kioto, '82 

Otis Cary, jr., Okayama, '77 

William W. Curtis, Osaka, '77 

Jerome D. Davis, d. d., Kioto, '69 

John If. DeForest, Osaka, '71 

Marshall It. Gaines, Kioto, '84 

M. Lafayette Gordon, d.d., Kioto, '72 

Daniel C. Greene, D d., Kioto, '69 

John T. Gulick, Kobe, '64 

Dwight W. Learned, Kioto, '75 

Joseph II. Neesima, Kioto, '74 

James H. Pettee, Okayama, '78 

Wallace Taylor, m. d., Osaka, '73 



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203 



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'83 
'72 



Northern Japan. 1883. q 

R. Henry Davis, Niigata, '72 

Orraniel H. Gulick, Niigata, '62 '70 

MEXICO: 

Northern Mexico. 1882. 
Alden B. Case, Chihuahua, 
George A. Dutton, Chihuahua, 
James D. Eaton, Chihuahua, 

Western Mexico. 1872. 
Henry M. Bissell, Guadalajara, 
Matthew A. Crawford, Guadalajara, 
John Howland, Guadalajara, 

PACIFIC ISLANDS: 

Hawaiian Islands. 1820. 
Dwight Baldwin, M. d., Honolulu, '30 
Elia's Bond, Kohala, '40 

Charles M. Hyde, d. d., Honolulu, '62 
John D. Paris, Honolulu, '39 

James W. Smith, M. D., Koloa, '57 
Lowell W. Smith, d.d., Honolulu, '32 

Micronesia. 1852. 

Hiram Bingham, Honolulu, '56 '56 

Edward T. Doane, Ponape. '54 '54 

Rohert W. Logan, Mortlocks, '70 '74 
Edmund M. Pease, m. d., Kusaie, '77 '77 

Erank E. Rand, Ponape, '82 '74 

Albert A. Stnrges, Ponape, '51 '52 

Alfred C. Walkup, Kusaie, *80 '80 

SPAIN: 1872. 
"William H. Gulick, San Sebastian, '74 '7 

TURKEY: 

Central Tdrkey. 1847. 

Lucien H. Adams, Kessab, '62 '65 

Thomas D. Christie, Marash, '71 '77 

Lucius O. Lee, Marash, '80 '80 

Henry Mardeu, Marash, '69|'69 



Giles F. Montgomery, Marash, 
Charles S. Sanders, Aintab, 
Tillman C. Trowbridge, ll. d., 
Aintab, 

Eastern Turkey. 1835. 
John K. Browne, Harpoot, 
William N. Chambers, Erzroom, 
Royal M. Cole, Erzroom, 
Willis C. Dewey, Mardin, 
C. Frank Gates, Mardin, 
George C. Knapp, Bitlis, 
George C. Raynolds, m. d., Van, 
Crosby H. Wheeler, Harpoot, 

European Turkey. 1858. 
John W. Baird, Monastir, 
James F. Clarke, Samokov, 
J. Henry House, Samokov, 
E. Winthrop Jenney, Monastir, 
William E. Locke, Samokov, 
George D. Marsh, Philippopolis, 
William W. Sleeper, Samokov, 

Western Turkey. 1819. 
Lvman Bartlett, Cesarea, 
Edwin E. Bliss, d. d., Constantino- 
ple, 
Charles H. Brooks, Constantinople, 
C. A. S. Dwight, Constantinople, 
Henry O. Dwight, Constantinople, 
Wilson A. Farnsworth, d.d., Cesa- 
rea, 
James L. Fowle, Cesarea, 
Joseph K. Greene, Constantinople, 
G. F.Herrick, d.d., Constantinople, 
Moses P. Parmelee,M. d. , Trebizoud, 
Henry T. Perry, Sivas, 
I. Fayette Pettfbone.Constantinople, 
John E. Pierce, Nicomedia, 
James W. Seeley, Smyrna, 
i John F. Smith, Marsovan, 



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CONNECTED WITH THE PRESBYTERIAN BOARD. 

William Bird, Abeih, Syria, '52|'53 | Benj. Labaree, Oroomiah, Persia, '60|'60 



OF THE AMERICAN BIBLE SOCIETY 
Edwin M. Bliss, Constantinople, 



Turkey, '43 

Isaac G. Bliss, d.d., Constantinople, 
Turkey, '47 



I William M. Brown, Rio de Janeiro, 
'43 1 Brazil, '80 

J Luther H. Gulick, m. d., China, '50 

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NOT CONNECTED 

Augustus H. Beard, D. d., Amer- 
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Daniel Bliss, d. d., Pres. of Syrian 

Protestant College, Beirut, '55 '55 

Edwin A. Grosvenor, Robert Col- 
lege, Constantinople, Turkey, '72 '72 

Henry H. Parker, Honolulu, 
H. L, '63|'63 



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Beirut, '80 

Frank Thompson, Seamen's Chap- 
lain, Valparaiso, Chili, '68 

David Trumbull, d. d., Editor, 
Valparaiso, Chili, '45 

George Washburn, d. d., Pres. of 
Robert College, Constantinople, '63 



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REMARKS UPON THE STATISTICS. 



Comparisons between figures reported last year and this year are as follows, the 

specific changes by States being given in Summary IV. : — 

Number of churches, as printed (corrected) Jan. 1, 1884, 4,010 

New churches added to the list, 177 

Churches dropped from the list, 95 

Net addition, 82 

Total number as now printed, 4,092 

Number of church members, as printed (corrected) Jan. 1, 1884, 396,209 

Gain in 35 States gaining, 10,283 

Loss in 12 States losing, 4,943 

Total net gain, 5,340 

Total membership as now printed, 401,549 

Total number in Sabbath Schools, as printed Jan. 1, 1884, 467,137 

Gains in 35 States gaining, 18,967 

Loss in 12 States losing, 7,747 

Total net gain, 11,220 

Total as now printed, . 478,357 

Benevolent Contributions for year, printed Jan. 1, 1884, $2,638,619.80 

Increase in 16 States reporting both years, $.'19,564.23 
Decrease in 27 " " " " 1,154,619.51 



Net decrease in such States, $1,115,055.28 

Increase by 2 States reporting only this year, 359.70 

Total net decrease, 1,114,695.58 

Total amount for year now printed, $1,523,924.22 

For Home Expenditures for year, printed Jan. 1, 1884, $3,943,227.80 

Increase in 19 States reporting both years, $237,060.85 
Decrease in 19 " " " " 305,850.57 



Net decrease in such States, $68,789.72 

Increase by 4 States reporting only this year, $10,477.83 
Decrease by 1 " " " last year, 810.00 

Net increase by such States, 9,667.83 

Total net decrease by reports 59,121.89 

Total amount reported this year, $3,884,105.91 



1885.] NATIONAL AND STATE ORGANIZATIONS OF CHURCHES. 217 

THE NATIONAL AND STATE ORGANIZATIONS OF 
THE CHURCHES. 



THE NATIONAL COUNCIL OF THE CONGREGATIONAL CHURCHES 
OF THE UNITED STATES. — Organized November 17, 1871. 

Stated Meetings, — every third year from 1871. Special meetings to be called upon, 
the request of any five State organizations of churches. The session of 1886 will be 
held with tbe Union Park Church, Chicago, commencing Thursday, Oct. 21, at 10 
o'clock A. M. 

Officers for the Session of 1883. — Rev. Arthur Little, d. d., Chicago, 111., 
moderator; Rev. dishing Eells, d. d., Colfax, Wash. Ter., and Hon. Frederic 
Billings, Woodstock, Vt., assistant moderators ; Rev. Alonzo H. Quint, D. D., 
Dover, N. H., secretary ; Rev. William H. Moore, Hartford, Conn., registrar; Rev. 
James R. Danforth, Philadelphia, Penn., Rev. Thomas G. Grassie, Keokuk, la., 
assistant registrars. 

Officers for 1883-1886. — Rev. Henry A. Hazen, Boston, Mass., secretary; Rev. 
William H. Moore, Hartford, Conn., registrar ; Rev. Lavalette Perrin, i>. d., Wol- 
cottville, Conn., treasurer ; David N. Camp, New Britain, Conn., auditor. 

Provisional Committee, 1883-1886. — Chairman, to be appointed ; Samuel B. Ca- 
pen, of Massachusetts ; Rev. Frederick A. Noble, d. d., of Illinois ; Rev. Julius H. 
Seelye, d. d., of Massachusetts ; Rev. Henry Fairbanks, ph. d., of Vermont ; Rev. 
George F. Magoun, d. d., of Iowa; Rev. William M Taylor, d. d., of New York; 
Edwin S. Jones, of Minnesota, the Secretary, the Registrar, the Treasurer. 

Publishing Committee. — Charles A. Richardson, 1 Somerset St., Boston, Mass., 
Rev. Marshall M. Cutter, Maiden, Mass., the Secretary, the Registrar, the Treasurer. 

National Committee on Sunday-School Work.— Rev. Henry A. Stimson, of 
Massachusetts; Rev. Henry A. Hazen, of Massachusetts; Rev. Francis N. Peloubet, 
of Massachusetts; Marshall C. Hazard, of Illinois; Rev. Samuel H. Virgin, of New 
York. 

Special Committees to Report in 1886. — Regarding a Monument to Rev . John 
Robinson. — Rev. Henry M. Dexter, d. d., Boston, Mass.; Rev. Samuel C. Bartlett, 
d. d., Hanover, N. H.; Rev. George E. Day, d. d., New Haven, Conn.; Rev. John 
K. McLean, Oakland, Cal.; Alfred S. Barnes, Brooklyn, N. Y.; Eliphalet W. 
Blatcbford, Chicago, 111.; and William L. Greene, Boston, Mass. 

On the State of the Churches. — Rev. Samuel Wolcott, d. d., of Ohio; Rev. Alonzo 
H. Quint, d. d., of Massachusetts; Rev. Javan K. Mason, d. d., of Maine; Rev. 
Samuel H. Virgin, of New York. 

On the Pastorate. — Rev. Robert G. Hntchins, d. b., of Minnesota; Rev. Burke F. 
Leavitt, of Illinois; Rev. Marshall M. Cutter, of Massachusetts; Rev. Minor W. 
Fairfield, of Michigan; George B. Barrows, of Maine. 

On Systematic Giving. — Rev. Lyman Abbott, d. d., of New York ; Rev. Frank E. 
Clark, of Massachusetts; Rev. George R. Merrill, of Ohio. 

On Ministerial Relief.— Rev. Martin K. Whittlesey, d. d., of Illinois; Rev. Joseph 
E. Twitchell, d. d., of Massachusetts; Rev. William H. Moore, of Connecticut; Rev. 
Richard Cordley, d. d., of Kansas; Rev. William B. Williams, of Michigan. 



218 CONGREGATIONAL YEAR-BOOK. [1885. 

THE STATES. 
Alabama, The General Conference of the Congregational Churches of. — 

Organized April 6, 187G. 

Officers: Rev. Fountain G. Ragland, Mobile, moderator; Rev. J. R. Sims, Shelby 
Iron Works, recording secretary ; Prof. E. C. Silsby, Selma, statistical secretary and 
treasurer. 

Session of 1885 : Birmingham, Wednesday, March 25. 
Arizona. — The General Association of Arizona and New Mexico was organ- 
ized at Albuquerque, N. M., June 19, 1884. 
Arkansas. — With Missouri and Tennessee. 
California, General Association of. — Organized October, 1857. 

Officers: Rev. Charles D. Barrows, d. d., San Francisco, moderator; Rev. Andrew 
J. Wells, Los Angeles, assistant moderator ; Rev. James EL Warren, d. d., San 
Francisco, registrar and treasurer ; Rev. Henry E. Jewett, Oakland, statistical 
secretary; Rev. Edward G. Beckwith, d.d., San Francisco, scribe; Rev. Henry H. 
Wikoff, Sonoma, assistant scribe. 

Session of 1885: Berkeley, Tuesday, October 6, at 7£ o'clock, p. m. 
Colorado Association of Congregational Churches.— Organized March 10, 1868. 

Officers: Rev. James B. Gregg, Colorado Springs, moderator; Rev. Harlan P. 
Case, Colorado Springs, scribe; Miss Amanda R. Bell, Denver, secretary and treasurer. 

Session of 18S5 : Place not reported, Thursday, October 8. 
Connecticut, General Association of. — Organized May 18, 1709. 

Officers: Rev. Joseph W. Backus, Plainville, moderator ; Rev. J. Brainerd Thrall, 
Derby, scribe; Rev. Loren F. Berry, Plantsville, assistant seribe; Rev. William H. 
Moore, Hartford, registrar and treasurer. 

Session of 1885: Fair Haven, Tuesday, June 16, at 11 o'clock, a. m. 
Connecticut, General Conference of. —Organized November 12, 1867. 

Officers: Lucius A. Barbour, Hartford, moderator; Rev. Erastus Blakeslee, New 
Haven, scribe ; Rev. Frank G. Woodworth, Wolcott, assistant scribe ; Rev. William 
H.Moore, Hartford, registrar a,nd statistical secretary; Charles A. Sheldon, New 
Haven, treasurer; Edwin B. Bowditch, New Haven, auditor; Rev. Lavalette Perrin, 
D. D., Hartford, annalist. 

Session of 1885: Danbury, Tuesday, November 10, at 11 o'clock, a. m. 
Dakota, The Congregational Association of. — Organized in 1871. 

Officers: Rev. Stephen G. Updyke, Watertown, moderator; Rev. William B. 
Hubbard, Chamberlain, recording and statistical secretary; Rev. Stewart Sheldon, 
Yankton, corresponding secretary; J. R. Sanborn, Yankton, treasurer. 

Session of 1885: Huron, Thursday. September 17. 
Dakota, North, Association. — Organized 1883. 

Officers: Rev. Henry C. Simmons, Fargo, moderator; Rev. William Ewing, Fargo, 
recording and statistical secretary. 

Session of 1885: Fargo, Thursday, Oct. 29. 
District of Columbia. — In The Congkegational Association of New Jersey. 
Florida, General Congregational Association.— Organized December 6, 1883. 

Officers: Rev. Charles M. Bingham, Dayton, moderator ; Nathan Barrows, m. d., 
scribe ; Rev. Sullivan F. Gale, Jacksonville, secretary and treasurer. 

Session of 1885: At Orange City, Tuesday, -January 20. 
Georgia Congregational Association. — Organized December 12, 1878. 

'Jfficers: Rev. George V. Clark, Athens, moderator; Rev. Stanley E. Lathrop, 
Macon, permanent statistical secretary an i treasurer; Rev. George C. Rowe, Mcln- 
to-h, secretary. 

-ion of 1885: Atlanta, Thursday, November 12. 



1885.] NATIONAL AND STATE ORGANIZATIONS OF CHURCHES. 219 

Idaho. — Not associated. 

Illinois, General Association of. — Organized June 21, 1844. 

Officers: Rev. Arthur Little, D. d., Chicago, moderator ; Rev. Martin K. Whittle- 
sej, d. d., Ottawa, registrar and corresponding secretary; Rev. Nicholas S. Edwards, 
Wyanet, serine; Rev. Franklin L. Fiske, Downer's Grove, and Rev. Hiram W. 
Harbaugh, St. Charles, assistant scribes. 

Session o/1885: Monday, May 25, at 7$ o'clock, r. m. 

Indiana, General Association of the Congregational Churches and Mmis- 

tkrs in. — Organized March 13, 1858. 

Officers: Rev. Robert McCune, Kokomo, moderator; Rev. Edward H. Smith, 
Michigan City, scribe; Rev. Nathaniel A. Hyde, d. d., Indianapolis, secretary and 
treasurer. 

Session 0/1885: Fort Wayne, Wednesday, May 13, at 7£ o'clock, p. m. 

Indian Territory. — In Red River Association, local. 

Iowa, General Association of. — Organized November 6, 1840. 

Officers : Rev. Cyrus Hamlin, Council Bluffs, moderator ; Rev. James B. Chase, 
Cherokee, register and treasurer; Rev. W. A. Waterman, Marion, scribe; Rev. L. L. 
West, Fort Dodge, assistant scribe. 

Session 0/1885 : Marshalltown, Wednesday, June 3, at 7f o'clock, p. m. 

Kansas, General Association of. — Organized August, 1855. 

Officers: Rev. Linus Blakesley, Topeka, moderator; Rev. Joel Harper, Wichita, 
registrar and statistical clerk; Rev. James G. Dougherty, Ottawa, treasurer. 

Session of 1885: Parsons, Thursday, October 29, at 7£ o'clock, p. m. 

Louisiana, Congregational Association. — Organized January 26, 1870. 

Officers: Rev. Walter S. Alexander, New Orleans, moderator and (acting) perma- 
nent clerk; Byron Gunner, New Iberia, and D. P. Hale New Orleans, scribes; Rev. 
Daniel Clay, Terrebonne, treasurer. 

Session o/1885: Gretna, Wednesday, April 1. 

Maine, General Conference of. — Organized January 10, 1826. 

Officers: Gen. Joshua L. Chamberlain, moderator; Rev. Henry S. Huntington, 
Gorham, corresponding secretary; Rev. J. Evarts Pond, Warren, assistant corre- 
sponding secretary; Dea. Eluathan F. Duren, Bangor, recording secretary and 
chairman of committee of publication; Dea. Joseph S. Wheelwright, Bangor, treas- 
urer. 

Session 0/1885: Lewistou, Tuesday, June hi, at 9 o'clock, a. m 
Maryland. — In The Congregational Association of New Jersey. 
Massachusetts, General Association of the Congregational Churches of. 

— Organized June 29, 1803, as a ministerial boly; including also Conferences of 

Churches, June 16, 1868, by union of the Association and General Conference 

(which was organized September 12, 1860). 

Officers: Rev. Charles B. Rice, Danvers, moderator; Rev. Marshall M. Cutter, 24 
Franklin Street, Boston, secretary; Rev. Albert G. Bale, Melrose, registrar; Rev. 
Charles Anderson, North Woburn, assistant registrar; Nathan Mosman, Auburndale, 
treasurer; Rev. Daniel P. Noyes, Wilmington, secretary of committee on the work 
of the churches. 

Session of 1885: New Bedford, Tuesday, June 16, at 4 o'clock, p. m. 
Michigan, General Association of. — Organized October 11, 1842. 

Officers: Rev. James L. Patton, Greenville, moderator; Judge C. I. Walker, 
Detroit, and Rev. Jesse W. Hough, Jackson, assistant moderators; Rev. John P. 



220 CONGREGATIONAL YEAR-BOOK. [1885. 

Sanderson, Detroit, secretary and treasurer; George EL Grannis, Ypsilanti, scribe; 
Rev. D. Payson Breed, Eaton Rapids, assistant scribe. 
Session of 1885: Jackson, Wednesday, May 20, at 1{ o'clock, p. m. 

Minnesota, General Congregational Association of. — Organized October 23, 

1856. 

Officers: Rev. Lucien W. Chaney, "Waseca, corresponding secretary; Rev. William 
A. James, Minneapolis, recording secretary; Rev. John B. Fairbank, Ortonville, sta- 
tistical secretary and treasurer; C. W. Hackett, St. Paul, auditor. 

Session o/1885: Wednesday, October 7, at — o'clock. 
Mississippi, Congregational Association. — Organized March 31, 1883. 

Officers: Rev. G. Stanley Pope, Tougaloo, moderator; Rev. Julius L. Grice, Merid- 
ian, recording secretary; Rev. Charles L. Harris, Jackson, statistical secretary and 
treasurer. 

Session of 1885: Jackson, Thursday, March 19. 

Missouri, General Association of the Congregational Churches of. — Or- 
ganized October 27, 1865. 

Officers: Rev. James G. Merrill, St. Louis, moderator; Rev. George C. Adams, 
St. Louis, secretary and treasurer; Rev. Joseph C. Plumb, Joplin, assistant secretary. 

Session of 1885 : Hannibal, Tuesday, Oct. 13. 
Montana. — Not associated. 
Nebraska, Congregational Association of. — Organized August 8, 1857. 

Officers: Rev. Willard Scott, Omaha, moderator; Rev. Harmon Bross, Norfolk, 
stated clerk and treasurer; Rev. Heman A. French, Greenwood, assistant clerk. 

Session of 1885: Beatrice, Wednesday, October 28, at 7h o'clock, p. m. 
Nevada. — In the General Association of California. 
New Jersey, Congregational Association of. — Organized June 2, 1869. 

Officers: Rev. Jeremiah E. Rankin, d. d , Orange, moderator; Rev. Frank A. 
Johnson, Chester, secretary; Martin Hawley, Baltimore, treasurer; Rev. William 
F. Slocum, jr., Baltimore, scribe. 

Session of 1885: Philadelphia, Tuesday, April 21. 
New Hampshire, General Association of. — Organized June 8, 1809. 

Officers: Hon. John J. Bell, Exeter, moderator; Rev. Edgar T. Farrill, Hopkin- 
ton, scribe; Rev. John C. Rollins, Hooksett, assistant scribe; Rev. John M. Dutton, 
Lebanon, secretary; Rev. Samuel L. Gerould, Goffstown, statistical secretary and 
treasurer. 

Session of 1885: Nashua, Tuesday, September 15. 
New Mexico. — With Arizona. 
New York, General Association of. — Organized May 21, 1834. 

Officers: Rev. Eben Halley, Binghamton, moderator; Rev. James Deane, Crown 
Point, secretary; Rev. George H. Bailey, Moravia, treasurer; Rev. Henry T. Sell' 
Cortland, scribe; Prof. Arthur M. Wright, Moravia, assistant scribe. 

Session of 1885: Pulaski, Tuesday, Oct. 20. 
North Carolina Conference. — Organized May 26, 1879. 

Officers: Rev. George S. Smith, Raleigh, moderator; Rev. John E. B. Jewett, 
Dudley, secretary. 

Session of 1885: Beaufort, Thursday, May 7, at 7 o'clock, p. m. 
Ohio, Congregational Association of.— Organized June 24, 1852. 

Officers: Rev. Henry M. Tenney, Cleveland, moderator; Rev. diaries J. Ryder, 
Medina, assistant moderator; Rev. John M. Merrill, Brooklyn, and Bro. Nathan 
Morse, Akron, scribes; Rev. John G. Fraser, Madison, registrar, statistical secretary, 
and treasurer; Rev. Irvine: W. Metcalf. Columbus, assistant register. 

Session of 1885: Mansfield, Tuesday, May 7, at 7 o'clock, p. m. 



1885.] NATIONAL AND STATE ORGANIZATIONS OF CHURCHES. 221 

Oregon and Washington Territory, Congregational, Association of. — 

Organized in 1848. 

Officers: Rev. David B. Gray, The Dalles, Or., moderator; Rev. Myron EeLls, 
Skokotnish, W. T., clerk; Dea. G. H. Himes, Portland, Or., assistant clerk; Rev. 
Amos W. Bower, East Portland, Or., registrar and treasurer. 

Session of 1885: Corvallis, Or., Thursday, July 9, at — o'clock. 

Pennsylvania. — Churclies are connected with New York, Ohio, and New Jersey. 

Also, 1. Eastern Welsh Association. — Rev. T. C. Edwards, Kingston, scribe. 

2. — Western Welsh Association. — Officers: Rev. D. D. Thomas, Ebensburg, 
moderator; Rev. David M. George, Pittsburg, scribe; Evan Davies, Pittsburg, treas- 
urer. 
Rhode Island Congregational Conference. — Organized May 3, 1809. 

Officers: Rev. John H. Larry, Providence, moderator; Rev. Thomas Laurie, d. d., 
Providence, stated secretary; George L. Claflin, Providence, treasurer; Rev. Henry 
A. Blake, scribe. 

Session of 188 J: Barrington, Tuesday, June 9, at — o'clock. 

South Carolina. — In the Georgia Congregational Association. 

Tennessee. — The Central South Conference. — Organized October 25, 1871. 

Officers: Rev. Prof. Adam K. Spence, Tenn., moderator; Rev. Henry G. Wil- 
liams, Athens, Ala., recording secretary and treasurer; Rev. Prof. Henry S. Bennett, 
Nashville, statistical secretary. 

Session of 1885: Little Rock, Ark., Thursday, November 5. 
Texas. — No State organization. 

1. Congregational Association of Southwest Texas. — Organized December 4, 
1871. 

Officers : No report. 

2. Red River Association. — Rev. Cyrus L. Scofield, Dallas, secretary. 
Utah. — The Utah Association. — Organized Dec. 28, 1882. 

Vermont, General Convention of Congregational Ministers and Churches 

in. — Organized June 21, 1796. Incorporated June 18, 1873. 

Officers: Dea. Joseph Poland, Montpelier, president; Rev. John K. Hincks, 
Montpelier, vice-president; Rev. Charles H. Merrill, West Brattleboro', secretary; 
Rev. Azel W. Wild, Charlotte, corresponding secretary; J. C.Emery, Montpelier, 
treasurer. 

Sessio7i of 1885: Bellows Falls, Tuesday, June 9, at 2 o'clock, p. m. 
Virginia. — In The Congregational Association of New Jersey. 

Washington Territory, The Congregational Association of. — Organ/. d in 

1879. (Other churches are connected with Oregon.) 

Officers: Rev. Samuel Greeue, Houghton, moderator; Rev. John Campbell, 
Olympia, clerk; Rev. Samuel Greeue, Houghton, registrar. 

Session of 1885: Whatcom, Thursday, August 20, at — o'clock. 
West Virginia. — In Ohio Association. 

Wisconsin. — The Congregational and Presbyterian Convention of. — Or- 
ganized October, 1840. 
Officers: Rev. Lorenzo J. White, Green Bay, moderator; Uev. Henry A. Miner 

Madison, permanent and statistical clerk; Rev. Homer W. Carter, Brandon, treasurer; 

Rev. Lurnan A. Pettibone, Burlington, temporary clerk. 
n >sion of 1885: Watertown, Tuesday, September 29, at — o'clock. 

Wyoming. — Associated with Colorado. 



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[1885. 



MEETINGS OF 1885, IN ORDER OF DATE. 



Florida, 

Mississippi, 

Alabama, 

Texas, 

Louisiana, 

New Jersey, 

North Carolina, 

Ohio, 

Indiana, 

Michigan, 

Illinois, 

Iowa, 

Vermont, 

Rhode Island, 

Maine, 

Connecticut, Association, 

Massachusetts, 

Oregon, 

Washington Territory, 

New Hampshire, 

Dakota, 

Wisconsin, 

California, 

Minnesota, 

Colorado, 

Missouri, 

New York, 

Nebraska, 

Kansas, 

Norih Dakota, 

Tennessee, 

Connecticut, Conference, 

Georgia, 



Orange City, Tuesday, January 20. 

Jackson, " Thursday, March 19. 

Birmingham, Wednesday, March 25. 

April. 

Gretna, Wednesday, April 1. 

Newark, Tuesday, April 21. 

Beaufort. Thursday, May 7, at 7 p. m. 

Mansrlnld, Tuesday, May 12, at 7 p. m. 

Fort Wayne, Wednesday, May 13, at 7£ P. M. 

Jackson, Wednesday, May 20, at 74 p. m. 

Monday, May 25, at 7^ p. M. 

Marshalltown, Wednesday, June 3, at 7| p. m. 

Bellows Falls, Tuesday, June 9, at 2 p. m. 

Bairington, Tuesday, June 9 

Lewiston, Tuesday, June 16, at 9 A. M. 

Fair Haven, Tuesday, June 16, at 11 A. M. 

New Bedford, Tuesday, June 16, at 4 p. m. 

Corvallis, Thursday, July 9, at — o'clock. 

Whatcon, Thursday, August 20. 

Nashua, Tuesday, September 15, at 7 p. m. 

Huron, Thursday, September 17. 

Wateitown, Tuesday, September 29. 

Berkeley, Tuesday, October 6, at 1\ p. m. 

Wednesday, October 7. 

Thursday, October 8. 

Hannibal, Tuesday, October 13. 

Pulaski, Tuesday, October 20 

Beairice, Wednesday, October 28, at 7£ p. m. 

Parsons, Thursday, October 29, at 1\ p. m. 

Fargo, 'J hursday, October 29. 
Little Rock, Ark., Thursday, November 5. 

Danbury, Tuesday, November 10, at 11 A. M. 

Atlanta, Thursday,November 12, at — o'clock. 



ANNUAL MEETINGS OF THE NATIONAL SOCIETIES, 1885. 

American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions. — Boston, Mass., 
Tuesday, October 6, at 3 o'clock, p. m. 

American College and Education Society. — Congregational House, Boston, 
Mass., Tuesday, May 26, at 3 o'clock, p. m. 

American Congregational Association. — Congregational House, Boston, Mass., 
Tuesday, May 26, at 12 o'clock, m. 

American Congregational Union. — Bible House, New York city, second Thurs- 
day in May. 

American Home Missionary Society. — Probably Saratoga, N. Y., in May; time 
and place subject to the decision of the Executive Committee. 

American Missionary Association. — In September, October, or November; 
place and date to be determined by the Executive Committee. 

Congregational Publishing Society. — Congregational House, Boston, Mass., 
Tuesday, May 26, at 9 o'clock, a. m. 

New West Education Commission. — Chicago, 111., in June, day to be fixed by 
Directors. 

Woman's Board of Missions. — Boston, Mass., in January, Wednesday, Jan. 14. 

Woman's Board of Missions of the Interior. — Minneapolis, Minn. 

Woman's Board of Missions of the Pacific. — Berkeley, Cal., Wednesday, 
October S. 

Woman's Home Missionary Association. — Place to be designated by the Direct- 
ors, " last Wednesday in October." 



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LIST OF CONGREGATIONAL MINISTERS. 



223 



LIST OF CONGREGATIONAL MINISTERS IN THE 
UNITED STATES. 

REPORTED BY THE SEVERAL STATE ORGANIZATIONS. 

The following is a compilation of the alphabetical lists furnished by the State 
Associations and Conferences, corrected by correspondence with their secretaries to 
the latest possible date. 'Ihe secretary of the Council in no case presumes to insert 
or omit a name upon his own responsibility. The State organizations (or later 
Councils) are alone responsible; but the secretary has used his utmost endeavors to 
obtain a complete and correct list. If any names are omitted, it is because they are 
not reported by any organization in any State. 

The figures refer to pages where the name will be found in the tables, in the 
Vital Statistics, in the service of the Benevolent Societies, of the Theological Semina- 
ries, or in the list of foreign missionaries. In some cases the page is left as in tables, 
when the post-office is changed since the tables were put to press. 

Names starred (*) are of persons who, although mentioned (usually as supplying 
churches), are reported to be members of no organization of Congregational churches 
or ministers. 

Some post-office addresses are antiquated; but it is the best that could be clone. 
Licentiates are not included in this list, nor are ministers of other denominations. 
A list of licentiates follows this list. 

Names of persons in last year's list, deceased since the issue of 1884, are retained, 
and are indexed to the pages of the " Vital Statistics." 

Some errors will be found in first names, initials, and spelling. No pains have 
been spared to secure accuracy; but, efforts failing, the compiler has not ventured 
to follow even his own convictions, against the unmistakable testimony of the 
reports. 

Names differing only in use of final " e," as Clark, Clarke, are treated as one name 
but spelled according to report. 

Letters for our missionaries will be addressed to the care of society mentioned 
with the name, such societies (initials) being (as are all foreign addresses) in italics. 
Ministers without change are indicated by. the year of ordination. This date, 
following the name, takes the place of the page reference, used in case of those who 
are named in the preceding tables. The two classes of ministers, those in charge 
of churches, and those who have no charge, are thus conveniently distinguished in 
this list, the former by a page number, and the latter by the year of ordination, 
against their names. 



Abbe, Fred. R., Dorchester, Mass. 1857 
Abbot, Charles H., Geneva, 111. 100 

Abbot, Fred. M., Oshkosh, Wis. 1881 
Abbott, Amos, Steele City, Neb. 1857 
Abbott, Ephraim E. P., Cedar Rap- 
ids, Io. 15, 107 
Abbott, Justin E., A. B. C. F. M. 202 
Abbott, Lyman, Ed., Cornwall-on- 

the-Hudson, N. Y. 1860 

Abbott, Theophilus C, Pres., Lan- 
sing, Mich. 1867 
Abdaliau, Nahabed Y., Turkey. [Ct.]1879 
Abernethy, Henry C.,Fairmont, Neb 157 
Acterian, Hagop. H., Bancroft, Mich. 
Adair Samuel L., Osawatomie, Kan. 116 
Adams Aaron C, Thompson, Ct. 90 
Adams, Allison D., Windsor, Wis. 

197,200 
Adams, Benjamin S., Westford, Vt. 192 



Adams Calvin C, New Hartford, 

Io. 1850 

Adams Dan'l E., Ashburnham, Ms. 

16,127 
Adams, Darwin, Groton, Mass. 1828 

Adams, Edwin A., Chicago, 111. 1868 
Adams, Ephraim, Eldora, Io. 108 

Adams, Frank S., Reading, Mass. 137 
Adams, Fred. H., New Hartford, Ct. 88 
Adams, George C., 2334 Adams st., 

St. Louis, Mo. 154 

Adams, George M., Holliston, Mass. 132 
Adams, Harvey, New Hampton, Io. 1843 
Adams, James A., 2409 Belleglade 

ave., St. Louis, Mo. 154 

Adams, John C, Falmouth, Me. 1851 
Adams, Jonathan E., Bangor, Me. 

1859,51 
Adams, Joseph, Oroville, Cal. 81 



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[1885. 



Adams, Lucien H., A. B. C. F. M. 203 
*Adams, Myron, Rochester, N Y. 172 
* Adams, Myron W., Cobalt, Ct. 85 

Adams, P. R , Santa Cruz, Cal. 187 

*Adams, Robert, Greenville, 111. 100 

Adams, William, , Or. 

Adams, Win, W., Fall River, Mass. 131 
Adriance, S. Winchester, Lowell, 

Mass. 15, 133 

Adsit, Martin H., Sylvania, 0. 1880 

Aiken, James, Haverhill, N. H. 1843 

[Aiken, William P., deceased, 17 

Aikman, Joseph G., Buda, 111. 98, 103 
Ainslie, Jas. S., Ogdensburg, N. Y. 171 
Ainsworth, Israel, Boylston, Ms. 12, 129 
Albert, John H., Green Mountain, 

Io. 109 

Albrecht, Geo. E.. Davenport, Io. 1882 
Alcott fm. P., Boxford, Mass. 14, 139 
Alden, Ebenezer, Marshfield, Mass. 134 
Aldeu, Edmund K., Boston, Ms. 45, 1850 
Alden, Edwin H., Athol, Dak. 115 

Alden, Ezra J., 243 State Street, 

Chicago, 111. 1858 

[Alden, Lucius, deceased. 17 

Alderson, James, Rockwell, Io. Ill 

Aldiich, Jeremiah K., Hyaunis, Ms. 139 
Alexander, James, Hampden, Me. 122 
Alexander, Walter S , Boston, Mass. 1861 
Allaben, Adelbert E , Payson, 111. 102 
Allchin, George, A. B. C. F. M., 202 
Allen, Eph. W., Taunton, Mass. 131 

Allen, Erwin W., Dayton, W. T. 193 
Allen, Frank H, Shrewsburv, Mass. 137 
Allen, Fred. H., Boston, Ms." [Ct.] 1874 
Allen, Fred L. Henniker, N. H. 

12, 15, 162 
Allen, Geo. E., N. Reading, Mass. 136 
Allen, John Adams, Cincinnati, 0. 1846 
Allen, John W., Woodstock, Ct 1883 
Allen, Melveu J., Ashby, Mass. 127 

Allen, Simeon, O., Springfield, Ms. 1870 
Allen, Warren, Oswego, N. Y. 1835 

Allen, William C, Leslie, Mich. 145 

Allenbaugh, John W., Elk Falls, 

Kan. 1880 

Allender, John, New Haven, Ct. 1869 
Alley, Moses, Wis. 1866 

Allison, Robt. C. Hubbardton, Vt. 189 
Allworth, John, Oxford, Mich. 146 

Alvord, Augustus. Prescott, Mass. 136 
Alvord, Frederick, New Haven, Ct. 1858 
Alvord, Henry C, Montague, Mass 134 
Amaron, Calvin E., Lowell, Ms. 127, 33 
Ambrose, Matthias H., Belle Plaine, 

Io. 107 

Anient, William S., A. B. C. F. 31. 202 
Ames, Marcus, Howard, R. I. 1854 

Amsden, Benj. M., Manchester, Io. 1857 
Amsden, Silas II., Colchester, Vt. 188 
Anderson, Chas. N.,Woburn, Ms. 129, 40 
Anderson, David R., Racine, Wis. 199 



Anderson, Edward, Norwalk, Ct. 88 

Anderson, George, Gaines, N. Y. 1853 
Anderson, Joseph, Waterbury, Ct. 90 
Anderson, Kerr C, Troy, N. Y. 15 

Anderson, Wm.,Laingsburg, Mich. 144, 7 
Anderson, Wm. W Stowe, Vt. 191 

Audredge, Andrew., A., Wayne Sta- 
tion, 111. 103 
Andrews, Charles E., Biddeford, 

Me. 12, 14, 120 

Andrews, D. W., Fremont, Ind. 105 

Andrews, Edwin N., 310 Hoyne 

ave., Chicago, 111. 1864 

Andrews, Geo. W., Talladega, Ala. 1867 
*Andrews, Herbert M., Franklin, 

N. H. 162 

Andrews, Israel W., Pres., Marietta, 

O. 1857 

Andrews, Sam'l B., Phillipston, Ms. 136 
Andrus, Elizur, Alamo, Mich. 14 

Andrus, J. C, Syracuse, N. Y. 173 

Angell, Marcus, S., New Baltimore, 

Mich. 145 

Angier, Marshall B , Newburyport, Ms. 

1853 
Anthony, Geo. N., Treas. M. H. M. 

S., Newton Highlands, Mass. 1855 
Appleton, Fayette G., Letcher, Dak. 

12, 92, 93 
*Apthorp, Rufus, Lee Center, 111. 101 
Archer, Marmad'ke D., Wells, lo. 109, 10 
Archibald, Andrew W., Ottumwa, Io. 

Ill 
*Archibald, Wm. E., Livingston, 

Mont. 1882 

Armes, Josiah L., Nashua, N. H. 1846 
Arms, Wm. F., Sunderland, Mass 138 
Arnisby, Lauren, Council Grove, 

Kan. 114 

Armstrong, Arthur E., Denver, Col. 89 
Armstrong, Edward P., Taftville, Ct. 83 
Armstrong, Fred. A., Topeka, Kan. 1872 
Armstrong, James, Addison, Mich. 141 
Armstrong, Julius C, 218 Ogden 

ave., Chicago, 111. 1874 

Armstrong, Robert S., Alma City, 

Minn. 
Arnold, Arthur E., Stillman Valley, 

111. 103 

Arnold, Henry T., Tiverton Cor- 
ners, R. I. 185 
Arnold, Seth A., Kelley, Io. 108, 109 
Ashley, J. Mills, Albequerque, N. M. 
Ashley, Sam'l S., Nortliboro, Mass. 1849 
Ashley, Walter H.,Prof., Las Vegas, 

N. M. 1878 

Ashmun, Edward H., Syracuse, Neb. 159 
Atkins, Doane R., Mitchell, Dak. 93 

Atkinson, Geo. H., Portland, Or 51, 193 
Atkinson, John L., A. B. C. F. M. 202 
Atkinson, Wm H., Rapid City, Dak. 94 
Attack, Wm. D., Saugatuck, Mich. 147 



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225 



Atwater, Edw. E., New Haven, Ct. 1841 
Atwood, Edw. S., Salem, Mass. 137 

Atwood, Eugene F., East Canaan, Ct. 88 
Atwood, Ireneus, J., A. B. C. F. M. 202 
Atwood, Lewis P., Chatham, Mass. 129 
Austin, Franklin D., Nashua, N. H. 162 
Austin, Lewis A., Middlebury, Vt. 192 
Austin, Samuel J., Newton High- 
lands, Mass. 15 
Avery, Frederick D., Columbia, Ct. 85 
Avery, Henry, College Springs, Io. 106 
Avery, Jared R., Groton, Ct. 1833 
Avery, John, Ledyard, Ct. 87 
Avery, Wm. F., Huntington, Mass. 1855 
Avery, William P., Chapin, Io. 1846 
Ayars, Thomas H., David City, Neb. 157 
Ayer, Chas. L., Three Rivers, Ms. 1859 
*Ayer, Edwin L., Pentwater, Mich. 146 
Ayer, Franklin D , Concord, N. H. 161 
Ayers, Milan C, Boston, Mass. 1874 
Avers, Rowland, Hadley, Mass. 1848 

Babb, Thos. E.,W. Brookfield, Mass. 139 
Babbitt, Jas. H., Swanton, Vt. 189, 91 
Bacheler, Francis E. M., Amherst, 

N. II. 160 

Backus, Jabez, Chester, Ct. 85 

Backus, Joseph W., Plainville, Ct. 89 
Bacon, Benjamin YV., Lyme, Ct. 12, 89 
Bacon, Edward E., Saccarappa, Me. 125 
Bacon, Edward W., New Loudon, Ct. 88 
Bacon, Henry M., Toledo, 0. 180 

Bacon, Joseph F., Newton, Kan. 116 
Bacon, Leonard W., Phila., Pa. 14, 1856 
Bacou, Miles E., Arena, Dak. 92 

Bacon, Thomas R , New Haven, Ct. 88 
Bacon, Wm. F., Easthampton, Mass. 130 
Bacon, William N., Coventry, Vt. 188 
Bailey, Amos J., 1542 Lill Ave., 

Chicago. 99 

Bailey, Charles E., Benzonia, Mich. 1855 
Bailey, Edward D., Wheaton, 111. 1875 
Bailev, George H., Moravia, N. Y. 170 
Bailey, John G., Windsor, Mo. 153, 155 
Baird*, Enoch F., Mallet Creek, 0. 177, 80 
Lai ril. John G., New Haven, Ct. 1859 
Baird, John W., A. B. C. F. M. 208 
Baird, Robert G., Lansing, Mich. 1859 
Bake, Henry P., Ticonderoga, N. Y. 173 
Baker, Ariel A., Sergeant Bluffs, Io. 112 
Baker, Ephraim H, Sutton, Neb. 159 
Baker, George, Semiahmoo, W.T. 193, 94 
Baker, John W. H, Farmington 

Falls, Me. 1865 

Baker, Orrin G , Jamaica, Vt. 189 

Baker, Silas, Standish, Me. 1832 

Baker, Smith, Lowell, Mass. 133 

Baker, Zebina, Waushara, Kan. 1834 
Balch, Gilbert B., Topsfield, Mass. 15 
Balcom, Fred. A., W. Hartland, Ct. 

14, 1882 
Baldwin, Abraham C.,Yonkers,N.Y. 1830 
15 



[Baldwin, Curtis C, deceased. 17 

Baldwin, Cyrus G., Prof., Ripon, Wis. 

1881 
Baldwin, David J., Kellogg, Io. 109 

Baldwin, Dwight, A. B. C. F. M. 203 
Baldwin, Elijah C., Cheshire, Ct. 85 

Baldwin, Fritz W., Chelsea, Mass. 

12, 15, 129 
Baldwin, John A., Detroit, Mich. 1875 
Baldwin, Jos. B., W. Cummingtou, Ms. 

1832 
Bale, Albert G., Melrose, Mass. 134 

Ball, John A., New Smyrna, Fla. 96 

Ball, Wayland D , McPhersou, Kan. 

12, 116 
Ballantine, John W., Dorchester, Ms. 1 28 
Ballantine, Wm. G., Oberlin, O. 62, 1880 
Bancroft, Cecil F. P., Prof., An- 

dover, Mass. 1867 

Bancroft, Isaac, Monroe, Wis. 1876 

Banfield, Juo. A., New Tacoma, W. T. 

1868 
Banks, George W., Guilford Ct. S6 

Barber, Alanson D.,New York, N.Y. 1849 
Barber, Amzi D., Lorain, O. 178 

Barber, Clarence H.,Torringford, Ct. 90 
Barber, Elihu, Beattie, Kan. 1850 

Barber, Frank W., Franklin, Neb. 

12, 157, S, 9 
Barber, Geo. W., Soldiers' Home, 

Milwaukee, Wis. 1873 

Barber, Leman N., Soquel, Cal. 80, 82 
Barber, Luther H., Bolton, Ct. 84 

Barbour, Wm. M., New Haven, Ct. 65, 88 
Barclay, Thos. D., Centre Brook, Ct. 85 
Bard, George I., Orford, N. H. 164 

Barker, Horatio A., Oakley, Mich. 147 
Barland, Thomas, Eau Claire, Wis. 1866 
Barnard, Elihu C, Oberlin, O. 1866 

*Barnard, Pliny F., Wendell, Mass. 139 
Barnes, George B., Wahpeton, Dak. 94 
Barnes, Henry E., Haverhill, Mass. 132 
Barnes, Jeremiah R., Marietta, 0. 1838 
Barnes, John R., Dwight, 111. 99 

Barnes, Jos. A., Williamston, Mich. 

145, 7 
Barnes, O.C., Raymond ville, N.Y. 171, 2 
Barnes, Stephen G., Grinnell, Io. 1881 
Barnum, George, Wauseon, 1843 

Barnum, Samuel H, Durham, N. H. 161 
Barnum, Sam'l W., New Haven, Ct. 1853 
Barrett, Frank F., Dubuque, Io. 1881 
Barrett, John I'., Farmington, 111. 100 
Barrows, Allen C, Sec. 0. H. M. S., 

Kent, 0. 15, 1871 

Barrows, Charles D., 1213 Taylor st., 

San Francisco, Cal. 81 

Barrows, Elijah P., Prof., Oberlin, 0. 1832 
Barrows, John 0., Atkinson, N. H. 160 
Barrows, Simon, Neligh, Neb. 1855 

Barrows, Walter M., Bible House, 
New York. 1871, 16, 51 



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[1885. 



Barrows, William, Beading, Mass. 135 
Barrows, William H., Montour, Io. 110 
Barstow, Charles, Ames, Io. 1852 

Barteau, Sidney II., Angus, Minn. 1857 
Bartholomew, Chas. M., Reed's Cor- 
ners, N. Y. 172 
Bartlett, Edward 0., Kingston, R.I. 184 
Bartlett, Enoch W., Colorado 

Springs, Col. 1841 

*Bartlett, Fied'k II., Bristol, N. H. 1879 
[Bartlett, Leavitt, deceased. 17 

Bartlett, Lyman, A. B. C. F. M. 203 
Bartlett, Sam'l C., Pres., Hanover, 

N. H. 1843 

Barton, Walter, Attleboro, Mass. 15, 127 
Barton, W. S., Steruerton, Kan. 12, 116 
Bascom, Flavel, Hinsdale, 111. 1833 

Bascom, Geo. S., Vermillion, Dak. 93, 94 
Bascom, John, Pres., Madison, Wis. 1859 
Batchelder, Andrew, Monticello, Io. 
[Batchelder, John S., deceased. 18 

Bates, Henry, Plymouth, Neb. 1843 

Bates, Henry L, Seattle, W. T. 177 
Bates, James A., Williston, Vt. 192 

Bates, Samuel L., Newbury, Vt. 190 
Batt, William J., Stoneham, Mass. 13S 
Battev, Richard H, Plaukinton, Dak. 94 
Baxter, Beuj. J, Douglas, Mich. 143 
Baxter, Thomas G., Cooper, Mich. 142 
Bavley, Frank T , Portland, Me. 124 
Bayne, John S., Portland, Ct. 88 

Beach, David N., Cambridgeport, Ms. 

12, 129 
Beach, Edwin R., Alkali, Or. 1 8 1 

Beach, Elmer J., Kiantone, N. Y. 170 
Beach, Harlan P., A. B. C. F. M. 202 
Beach, John W., Tea., Norfolk, Ct. 1870 
Beach, Nathaniel, Chaplin, Ct. 1837 

Beach, Samuel J., Farragut, Io. 108 

Beale, Clias. H., Cadillac, Mich. 142 
Beale, William T., East Lake, Mich. 143 
Beall, Byron, Cedar Rapids, Neb. 156 
Beaman, Warren H., Amherst, Ms. 1841 
| Bean, David M., deceased. 18 

Bean, Ebenezer, Gray, M-. 122 

Benue, Phineas A., Bath, 111. 1852 

Beard. Augustus F., Paris, 205 

Beard, Edwin S., Brooklyn, Ct. 16, 84 
Beard, Reuben A., Fargo, Dak. 12, 92 
Beard, Wm. H., South Killingly, Ct. 87 
Beardslee, Clark S., Le Mars,To. 12, 109 
Beardsley, Bronson B., Bridgeport, 

Ct. 1850 

Beardsley, Josiah, E. Troy, Wis. 196, 8 
Beckwitli, Olarence A., W. Rox- 

bury, Mass. 128 

Beckwith, Edward G., 12 Beaver st., 

San Francisco, Cal. 81 

Beckwith, George A., East Alstead, 

N. H. 160 

Bedford, Robt. C , Montgomery, Ala. 78 
Beebe, Albert G., Curtisville, Mass. 134 



Beebe, Hubbard, 108 E. 39th st., 

New York, N. Y. 1837 

Beecher, Charles, Georgetown, Ms. 1844 
Beecher, Edward, 182 Macon st , 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 1826 

Beecher, Fred. W., WellsviJle, N. Y. 173 
Beecher, Henry Ward, 124 Hicks st, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 167 

Beecher, James C, Elmira, N. Y. 1856 
*Beecher, Thos. K , Elmira, N. Y. 169 
Beecher, Wm. H., 6 Honore st., 

Chicago, 111. 1830 

Behrends, Adolphus J. F ,13 Spencer 

Place, Brooklyn, N. Y. 168 

[Belden, Henry, deceased. 18 

Belknap, A. J., La Harpe, 111. 1876 

Bell, Jas. M., West Medway, Mass. 134 
Bell, Robert C, Broad Brook, Ct. 16, 85 
Bell, Samuel, Great Falls, N. II. 164 
Bell, S. Linton, Marblehead, Ms. 12, 134 
Bell, William S., Hawarden, Io. 109 

Belt, Salathiel D., Woodland, Cal. 84 
Beman, A. M., Sioux Rapids, Io. 111,112 
Benedict, Arthur J., Kensington, Ct. 84 
Benedict, George, Hanson, Mass. 132 
Benedict, Thos. N, Miller's Place, 

N. Y. 170 

Benedict,Wm. A.,Orange Park, Fla. 96 
Benford, George, Fremont, Mich. 143 
Benner, Edward A., Prof., Salt Lake 

City, Utah, 1874 

Bennett, Ethan 0., Brighton, Io. 1853 
Bennett, Henry S., Nashville, Tenn. 186 
Bennett, Wm. P., Crete, Neb. 15, 1870 
[Benson, Almon, deceased. 19 

Benson, Homer H, Rio, Wis. 199, 200 
Benson, Thornton T., Goliad, Tex. 186 
Bent, George, Kearney, Neb. 1856 

Benton, Jos. A., Oakland, Cal. 63, 1851 
Benton, Ledyard E., agent A. S. iS. 

U, Crete, Neb. 1864 

Bentz, Henry, Sutton, Neb. 157, 158, 159 
Berney, Daniel, Port Sanilac, Mich. 1836 
Berney, J. A., Charleston, S. C. 
Berry, Augustus, Pelham, N. H. 164 
Berry, Edward A., Romeo, Mich. 146 
Berry, Loren F., Plantsville, Ct. 90 

Bettes, Darius, Ionia, Mich. 1848 

Betis, Eben M., Chicago, 111. [Wis ] 1869 
Bickford, Levi F., Pontiac, Mich. 146 
Bickford, Thomas, Cambridgeport, 

Mass. 12, 129 

Bickford, Warren F., Manitou, Col. 83 
Bicknell, Dennis H., St. Charles, 

Minn. 152 

Biddle, Jacob A., Oswego, N. Y. 1875 
Bidwell, John B., Cambridge, 111. 1874 
Billings, Richard S , Somersville, Ct. 89 
Billman, Howard, East Windsor, Ct. 85 
Bingham, Charles M., Daytona, Fla. 96 
Bingham, FgbertB., Woodstock, Ct. 91 
Bingham, Hiram, A. B. C. F. M. 203 



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227 



Bingham, Joel S , Traer, Io. 112 

Bird, Charles W., Ghndon, Minn. 151 
Bird, George H, S. Chicago, 111. 16, 103 
Bird, William, Syria, 205 

Bisbee, Charles G., Fontnnelle, Neb. 1861 
Bisbee, John H., Westfield, Mass. 1834 
Bishee, Marvin D , Ed., Auhurndale, 

Mass. 1874 

Biscoe, George S., Clarks, Neb. 156 

Biscoe, Thomas C, Holliston, Mass 1838 
Bissell, Arthur D., A. B. €. F. M. 

12, 16, 202 
Bissell, Chas. H, Humboldt, Io. 109, 212 
Bissell, Edwin C, Hartford, Ct. 61, 1871 
Bissell, Frank A., Otsego, Mich; 146 

Bissell, Henry M., A. B. C. F M. 203 
Bissell, Jonathan E., McGregor,"Io. 110 
Bissell, Oscar, Westford, Ct. 84 

Bissell, Samuel B. S., Dist. Sect. 

A. S. S. £A, Norwalk, Ct. 1836 

Bittinger, John Q., Haverhill, N. H. 162 
Bixby, Alanson, Eoristell, Mo. 153 

Bixby, Joseph P., Revere, Mass. 137 
Bixby, Solomon, Holland, Mass. 132 
Blaekman, Wai. F., Steubenville, 0. 179 
Blackmer, Norburn H., Stacyville, 

Io. 112 

Blackwell, Wm., New London,\Vis. 198 
Blades, Jolin T., Campello, Mass. 129 
[Blagden, George W., deceased. 1827 
*Blair, John J., Andover, Mass. 12, 127 
Blaisdell, Jas. J., Prof., Beloit, Wis. 1853 
Blaisdell, William S., Tavares, Fla. 1868 
Blake, George 0., Clay Centre, Kan. 1876 
Blake, Henry A., Providence. R.I. 12, 185 
[Blake, Henry B., deceased. 19 

Blake, Jeremiah, Gilmanton Iron 

Works, N. H. 1838 

Blake. Joseph, Andover, Mass. 1841 

Blake, Lyman II., Westfield, Mass. 139 
[Blake, Mortimer, deceased. 138 

Blake, Silas Leroy, Fitchburg, Mass. 131 
Blakely, Josiah B., Pine River, Wis. 187 
Blakely, Quincy, Campton, N. H. 161 
Blakeslee, Allen D., Concord, HI. 100 
*Blakeslee, Erastus, New Haven, Ct. 

12, 88 
Blakeslee, Newton T., Wabasha, 

Minn. 152 

Blakesley, Linus, Topeka, Kan. 117 

Blanchard, Addison, Topeka, Kan. 

51, 1868 
Blanchard, John T.,Huntsburg,0. 12, 177 
Blanchard, Merrill, Biddeford, Me. 120 
Bliun, Henry G.,Cambridge,N.Y. 12, 168 
Bliss, Charles R., Chicago, 111. 56, 1859 
Bliss, Daniel, Beirut, Syria, 205 

*Bliss, Daniel J., Abington, Ct. 89 

Bliss, Edwin E., A. B. V. F. M. 203 

Bliss, Edwin M , A. B. S. 203 

Bliss, Isaac G., A. B. S. 203 

Bliss, Jason Henry, Clinton, Ct. 85 



*Bliss, William D. P., S. Natirk, 

Mass. 12, 16, 135 

Blodgett, C. E., Victor, Io. 12, 112 

Blodgett, Edw. P., Greenwich, Ms. 131 
Blodgett, Henry, A. B. C. F. M. 202 
Blue Jacket, Chas., Blue Jacket, Ind. 

Ter. 
Boardman, George N., 364 Wash- 
ington Bd., Chicago, 111. 59, 1854 
Boardman, Joseph, Barhet, Vt. 187 
Boardman, M., Bradford, New Brit- 
ain, Ct. 1863 
BodwelL, Jos. C, Bridgewater, Ms. 129 
Bodwell, Lewis, Cliftou Springs, 

N. Y. 1856 

Boggess, Jas. II , Ft. Atkinson, Wis. 196, 7 
*Boller, Benjamin F., Denver, Col. 83 
Bolster, Wm. H , So. Weymouth, Ms. 140 
Boltwood, Henry L., Tea., Evans- 
ton, 111. 1864 
Bond, Elias, A. B.C. F. M. 203 
Bond, John J., Lebanon, N. Y. 175 
Bonnell, Spencer R., Uuionville, 0. 180 
Bonnett, Louis M., Lenora, Kan. 117 
Bonney, John R., Bronson, Mich. 142 
Booth, Edwin, Grandville, Mich. 144 
Borchers, Ernest F., Durant. Io. 1869 
Bordwell, Daniel N., Anamosa, Io. 107 
Borton, Jesse P., Ransom, Mich 146 
Boss, Thomas M., La Crosse, Wis. 197 
Bostwick, Elmer D., Hudson, Mich 

12, 15, 144 
Boswell, John R., Union Centre, 

N Y. 1842 

Bosworth Quincy, M., Bozrah, Ct. 84 
Bosworth, Wm. A., Independence, 

Kan US 

Both well, George, New Orleans, La. 119 
Bourne, James R., Sharon, Ct. 89 

Bourne, Shearjashub, Bristol, R. I. 1854 
Bouton, Tilton C. H., Dun barton, 

N. H. lei 

Bowden, Robert, North Java, N. Y. 
Bower, Amos W., Portland, Or. 181 

Bovvers, Albert, Ruggles, O 179 

Bowers, John M., Chandlerville, 111. 99 
Bowker, Samuel. Ballardvale, Mass. 127 
Bowler, Stephen L., Bethel, Me. 120 
Bowman, David D, Eureka, Cal. 80 
Bowman, Geo. A., E. Hartford, Ct. 1848 
Boyd, Pliny S., Amesbury Mills, Ms. 127 
Boynton, Chas , Sun Prairie, Wis. 
Boynton, Francis IL, Rye, N. H. 164 
Boynton, Geo. M., Jamaica PI., Ms. 128 
Boynton, Nehemiah, Haverhill, Mass. 

12, 14, 132 
Bradford, Amorv H., Montclair, N. J. 
Bradford, Benj. F., Oxford, N. Y. 171 
Bradford, Dana B., Jericho Corner, 

Vt. 189 

Bradford, Park A. O, Muskegon, 
Mich. 



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CONGREGATIONAL YEAR-BOOK. 



[1885. 



Bradley. Charles F., Birmingham, Ct. 85 
Bradley, Cornelius B., Oakland, Cal 1871 
Bradley, George S., Foutanelle, Io. 106 
Bradley, William, Onondaga, Mich. 146 
Bradnack, Isaac R., Little Valley, 

N. Y. 170 

Bradsbaw, John, Mazeppa, Minn. 150 
Bradshaw, John W., Rochester, 

Minn. 151 

Bragdon, John, Haverhill, Mass. 1873 
Brainerd, Chas. N.„Middlebury, Vt. 1876 
Brainerd, Timothy G.,Grinnell,Io., 1840 
Branch, Edwin T., Somerset, Mich. 

16, 148 
Branch, John A., Osborne, Kan. 116 

Brand, James, Obeilin, 0. 179 

Brandt. Charles E., Tea., Farming- 
ton, Ct. 1865 
Brastow, Lewis 0., New Haven, Ct. 

15, 1861 
Brastow, Thomas E., Camden, Me. 1865 
Bray, Spencer H., New Haven, Ct. 88 
Bray, William L. r Kenosha, Wis. 12, 197 
Brearly. William H., Pukwana, Dak. 94 
Breckenridge, Daniel M., Keosau- 

qua, Io. 109 

Breed, David, West Stafford, Ct. 90 
Breed, Samuel D., Ypsilauti, Mich. 1862 
Breede, D. Payson, Eaton Rapids, 

Mich. 15, 143 

Bremner, David, Washington, D. C. 

[Mass.] 1855 

Brereton, James E. 7 Creston, 111. 12, 99 
Brewer, James, Gladbrook, Io. 1859 

Brewster, Win. H., Benton Harbor, 

Mich. 141 

Briant, S. Ingersol, Hartford, Vt. 189 
Brickett, Harry, Thetford, Vt. 191 

Brickett, Harry L., Lynnfield Cen- 
tre, Mass. ' 133 
Bridgman, Henry M , A. B. C. F M. 202 
Bridginan, Lewis, Centreville, Dak. 1840 
Brier, John W., Grass Valley, Cal. 
*Briggs, Edward H., Ipswich, Mass. 133 
Briggs, Win. T., E. Douglass, Ms. 130 
Brig bam, David, Bridgewater,Mass. 1819 
Brigham, Levi, Marlboro, Mass. 1837 
Briutnall, Loren W., Sheldon, Io. 

12, 107 
Bristol, Frank L., E. Tawas, Mich. 

12, 143 
Bristol, Rich. C, Col. Springs, Col. 1846 
Bristol, Sherlock, Sau Buenaven- 
tura, Cal. 1843 
Broad, L. Payson, Lawrence, Kan. 1873 
Brobst, Flavius J., Sycamore, HI. 103 
Brodhead, Wm H., Newark, N.J. 1878 
Brodie, James F., Woodstock, Vt. 192 
Bronson, Samuel M., Evansville, 

Minn. 149, 150 

Brooks, Charles H., A. B. C. F. M. 203 
Brooks, Charles S., Putnam, Ct. 89 



Brooks, Geo. W., Charlesfcown, Ms. 12^ 
Brooks, Jesse W., Bay Shore, N. Y. 

12,167 
Brooks, William E., Prof., Austin, 

Texas. [Ct.] 1867 

Brooks, Wm. M., Pres , Tabor, Io. 1866 
Brooks, William M., Eklon, Io. 108 

Bross, Harmon, Norfolk, Neb. 1863 

Brown, Aaron, Westerville, 0. 1867 

Brown, A. A., Jasper, Dak. 92, 93 

Brown, Anselm B , Detroit, Mich. 1873 
Brown, Chas. O., Kalamazoo, Mich. 144 
Brown, Edward, DeSmet, Dak. 1853 
Brown, Henry C., Kidder, Mo. 154 

Brown, Henry E., Oberlin, O. 1866 

Brown, Israel, Maiden, 111. 99, 101 

Brown; John A., Pittsville, Wis. 198 
Brown, J. H., Ashkum, 111. 98 

Brown, J. Newton, Owatonna, Minn. 151 
Brown, Luth. E , Ogalalla, Neb. 12, 158 
Brown, Oliver, Springfield, Mo. 1857 
Brown, Robert, Leavenworth, Kan. 1861 
Brown, Thomas L., Eureka, Kan. 115 
Brown, Willard D., Gilbertville, 

Mass. 132 

Brown, Wm B., East Orange, N. J. 1843 
Brown, William M., A. B. S. 205 

Browne, John K., A. B. C. F. M. 203 
*Browuville, John W , Hanover, 

Mass. 132 

Bruce, Chas. C, Haydenville, Mas-'. 14t» 
*Bmce, Henry J., A. B. C. F. M. 202 
Brundidge, Hiram A., Altoona, Kan. 113 
Brunker, James, Udall, Kan. 1874 

Bryan, George A., Wapping, Ct. 90 

Bryant, Albert, Worcester, Mass. 1865 
Bryant, Sam'l J., W. Haven, Ct. 15, 1876 
Bryant, Sidney, West Haven, Ct. 1S40 
Bryant, Stephen O., Ceresco, Mich. 1S68 
Buck, Edwin A., Fall River, Mass. 1854 
Buck, Samuel J., Grinnell, Io. 1863 

Bockham, James, Burlington, Vt. 1820 
Buckingham, Sam'l G., Springfield, 

Mass. 138 

Bugbee, Rolla G., Randolph, Vt. 190 
Buj;bee, Wm. S., Middleville, Mich. 145 
Bulfinch, John J., Waldoboro', Me. 121 
Bull, Richard B., Grand View, Dak. 93 
Bullard, Asa, Cam bridge port, Ms. 1832 
Bullard, Charles H., Dist. Sect. A. 

T. S., Hartford, Ct. 1853 

Bullard, Ebeu.W., Stockbridge, Ms. 1838 
Bullen, Henry L., Moliue, 111. 1850 

Bullock, Miles G., Owego, N. Y. 171 
Bullock, Motier A., Silverton, Col. 83 
Bumpus, Isaac C, Sherman Mills,Me.l:4 
Bumstead, Horace, Prof., Atlanta, 

Ga. 1872 

Bundy, Henry, 200 No. Morgan St., 

Chicago, 111. 1878 

Bunnell, John J., Bridgeman, Mich. 143 
Bunnell, Philip, Phillips, Me. 182s 



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229 



Burbank, Justin E., Concord, N. H. 1858 
Burbank, Lvsander T., Herndon, 

Va. 1860 

Burgess, Geo. H., Hancock, N. Y. 12, 169 
Burgess, Louis F., N. Walton, N. Y. 171 
Burgess, Riciiard M., Alba, Mich. 141 
* Burgess, Setli, West Newark, N. Y. 1843 
Burna'by, Sidney A., Lancaster, N.H. 1 63 
Barnard, William H., ALgona, Io. 106 
Burnell, Albert H., .4. B. C. F. M. 202 
Burnell, Arthur T., Steilacoom, 

W. T. 1883 

Burnell, Thomas S, Northampton, 

Mass. 1856 

Burnelle, John C, Unionville, 0. 178 
Burnham,Collins G.,S. Freeport, M-e.122 
Burnham, Jonas, Farmington, Me. 1858 
Burnham, Michael, Boxbury, Mass. 128 
Burr, Austin H., Andover, Mass. 127, 132 
Burr, Enoch F., Lyme, Ct. 87 

Burr, Horace M , New Windsor, 111. 101, 2 
Burr, Bich'd M., Lee, N. H. 162 

Burr, Wiilard, Oberlin, 0. 1843 

Burr, Zalmon B., South port, Ct 1845 
■*Burrill, George H , Wellesley. Ms. 12 
Burroughs, G. Stockton, New Britain, 

Ct. " 12, 87 

Burrows, Edwin B., Webster Groves, 

Mo. 155 

Burt, Daniel C, New Bedford, Ms. 1835 
Burton, Horatio N , Hickman Mills, 

1857 
Burton, Nathan L., Kalo, Io. 12, 111 
Burton, Nathaniel J , Hartford, Ct. 

65, 86 
Bush, Fred'k W.,Bedford. Mich. 141, 144 
BuMiee, William A., Morrisville, Vc. 190 
Bushnell, Albert, Geneseo, 111. 100 

Bushnell, George, New Haven. Ct. 1848 
Bushnell, Henry A., Mankato, Minn. 150 
Bushnell, John E , Fairfield, Ct. 12, 85 
Bushnell, Sam'l C, Acushnet, Mass. 135 
Buss, Henry, Bristol, 111. -98 

Buss, William H., Burlington, Io. 107 
Busser, Samuel E , Kinsley, Kan. 115 
Butcher, William R,, Wataga, 111. 103 
Butler, Calvin, c. m., Worcester, Mass. 

1838 
utler, Daniel, Sec. M. B. S., Wa- 

verly, Mass. 1838 

Butler, Edward P., Lyme, N. H. 163 
Butler, Elmer W., Mitchell, Io 16, 110 
Butler, Gardner S., Milton Mills, 

N. II. 163, 165 

Butler, Henry E, Jacksonville, 111. 100 
Butler, Milo C, Exeter. Neb. 157 

Butler, William, New Iberia, La. 119 
Butterfield, Horatio Q., Pres , Olivet, 

Mich 146 

Buxton, Edward, Webster, N. H. 1836 
Byington, Ezra EL, Monson, Mass. 134 
Byington, George P., Castleton, Vt. 188 



Byington, Swift, Exeter, N. H. 162 

Bvrd, John H ., Lawrence, Kau. 
Byrom, E. H., Lamoille, 111. 101 

Cadwalader, Morris J., Ebensburg, 

Fa. 182 

Cadwaladr, John, Columbus, O. 176 

Cadwallader, John ('., Forsyth, Ga 1862 
Cady, Calvin B., A 1 burgh Sp., Vt. 1838 
Cady, Chauncy M., A. B. C. F. M. 202 
Cadv, Cornelius S., c. m., Ann Arbor, 

Mich. 1845 

*Caldwell,Wm.E..Ononda<ia, Mich. 1863 
Calhoun, Newell M., Milford, Ct. 15, 87 
Calhoun, Soltau F., Orwell, Vt. 190 

Calkins, Storrs S., Cleveland, 176 

Calkins, Wolcott, Newton, Mass. 135 
Callan, Michael J., Emporia, Mo. 1870 
Calland, W. C , St. Louis, Mich. 147 
Callen, Wilson, Belmont, Ga. 1881 

Cameron, John H., Pewaakee, Wis. 1864 
Camp, Charles W., Waukesha, Wis. 199 
Camp. Wm. L., Rush Centre, Kan. 117 
Campbell, Clement C, Algonquin, 111. 
Campbell, Dan'l A., Fine River, Wis 

195, 8 
Campbell, Gabriel. Hanover. N. H. 1868 
Campbell, James, < Hympia, W. T. 193, 4 
Campbell, Jas. M., Watertown, Wis. 199 
Campbell, Randolph, Lincoln, Neb. 1835 
Campbell, R C, Orangeburg, S. C. 185 
Campbell, Wm. R., Roxburv, Mass. 128 
Candee, George, Wayland, Mich. 143, 148 
Canfield Thomas H., Mediapolis, Io. 
Cannev, A. J., Frankfort, Dak. 92, 94 
Capron, Geo. C, W. Taunton, Mass. 138 
Carey, Isaac E., Claridon, O. 176 

Carleton, Edward, Burton, O. 175, 178 
*Carlton, Israel, Utica, Mo. 1863 

Carnachan, Jas. G., Meadville, Fa. 183 
Carpenter, Charles C, Mont Ver- 
non', N. H. 163 
Carpenter, C. E., Baldwin's Mills, 

Wis 195 

[Carpenter, Henrv. deceased. 19 

Carpenter, Fhilo H., Worcester. Vt. 192 
Carr, William, Sheldon, Vt 189, 191 
Carr, William O., Barnstead, N. H. 160 
*Carrick, Chas. W., Benzonia, Mich. 142 
Carruthers, Jno. B.,N. Yarmouth. Me. 123 
Carruthers, John J., Portland, Me. 1819 
Carruthers, Wm., Fairhaven, Mass. 131 
Carter Chas. F., Manchester, N. H 

16,163 
Carter, Clark, Lawrence, Mass. 133 

Carter, Homer W., Brandon, Wis. 1876 
Carter, Nathan F., Quechee, Vt. 189 
Carter, Stephen B., Westminster, Ct. 84 
Carver. Shubael, N. Bergen. N. Y. 1840 
Carv, Otis, jr., .4. B. C. F. M. 202 

Gary, William B., N Stonington, Ct. 88 
Case, Albert M., Blair, Neb. 156 



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Case, Aiden B., A. B. C. F. M. 203 

Case, Harlan P., Col. Springs, Col. 

55, 1871 
Case, Horatio Mills, Hastings, Io. 109 
Case, Rufus, Hubbardston, Mass. 1842 
Cash, Elijah, Westminster, Cal. 82 

Caite, George H., Collinsville, Ct. 1882 
Caverno, Charles, Lombard, 111. 101 

Chaddock, Emory G., Allton, III 98 
Chalmers, John R., Norwood, N. Y. 171 
Chalmers, Wm. I., Riverhead, N. Y. 172 
Chamberlain, Bertwell N.,Aurora,0.1873 
Chamberlain, Edward B., Sharon, Vt 191 
Chamberlain, Jas. A., Ripou, Wis. 1879 
Chamberlain, Jas. P., Stockbridge, 

Wis. 199 

Chamberlain, Joshua M., Grinnell, 

Io. 1859 

Chamberlain, Wm. A., Columbus, 

Wis. 196 

Chambers, Wm. N., A. B. C. F. M. 205 
Champlin, Oliver P., Emmetsburg, 

Io. 108 

Chandler, Fred'kD., E. Hardwiek, Vt. 

189 
Chandler, John S„ ,4. B. C. F. 31. 202 
*Chandler, Jos., Strawberry Point, 

Io. 112 

Chandler, Joseph H., St. Cload, 

Minn. 15-2 

Chaney, Lucien West,Waseca, Minn. 152 
Chapjn, Aaron L, Pres., Beloit, 

Wis. 1844 

Chapin, Franklin M., A. B.C. F. M. 202 
Chapin, Frank P., N, Weymouth, Ms. 140 
Chapin, George E., Princeton, Me. 124 
Chapin, George F, Saxt's River, Vt, 191 
Chapin, Nathan C, Minneapolis, 

Minn. 1851 

Chapin, Roswell, Atwater, O. 175 

Chapin, Sam'l W., Burlington, Me. 121 
Chapman, Andrew W., Mmooka, III. 103 
Chapman, Calvin, Kenneb'kp't, Me. 1842 
Chapman, Daniel, Independence, Io.l842 
Chapman, Elias, Roxbury, Mass. 1845 
Chapman, J. S., Chester," Vt. 1869 

Chapman, Jacob, Exeter, N. H. 1845 
Chappel, William, Victoria, 111. 12, 103 
Charlton, John W., Steuben, O. 177 

Chase, Austin S., Middletown, Cfc. 1876 
Chase, Edward, Halloweil, Me. 122 

Chase, Edward A., Hampden, Ms. 12, 132 
Chase, Ezra B., Kent, 0. 177 

Chase, Frederick A., Prof., Nash- 
ville, Tenu. 
Chase, Henry L., Minneapolis, Minn. 1864 
Chase, James B., Sioux City, Io. 110 
Chase, Levi G., Concord, N.'H. 161 

Cheadle, Stephen H., Millbrook, 

Mich. 145 

Cheney, Russell L., Prairie du Chien, 

Wis". 198 



Chesebrough, Amos S., Saybrook, Ct. 

1841 
Chew, James, Atchison, Kan. 113 

dickering, John W., Wakefield, Mass. 

1830 
Chickering, John W., jr., Prof., 

Washington, D. C. I860' 

Child, Frank S., New Preston, Ct. 90 
Childs, Alex. C, W. Gloucester, Ms. 131 
Chdils, James H., Northbridge, Ms. 135 
Childs, Truman D.,Coldwater, Kan. 1873 
Chipman, R Manning, 2004 N. 17th 

St., Philadelphia, Pa. lS3. r 

Chipperfield, Geo. F., Chicago, 111. 1881 
Chittenden, A. J., Wheatou. 111. 
Chittenden, Ezra P., Sioux City, Io. 16 
Christie, Geo. W., Presque Isle, Me. 124 
Christie, Thos. D„ A. B. C. F. M. 203 
-Church, Bethuel C, Goliad, Tex. 1840 
Churchill, J. Wesley, Andover, Mass. 

57,1869 
Chute, Edward L., Duxbury, Mass. 130 
Claflin, George P., Dnniap, Kan. 114 
Clancy, F. A., Terre Haute, Ind. 105 
Clancy, William P., Ft. Scott, Kan. 115. 
Clapp, A. Huntington, 33 Bible 

House , New York, 51, 1846 

Clapp, Cephas F., Yankton, Dak. 94 

[Clapp, Charles W., deceased. 20 

Clapp, Dwight B„A. B. C. F. M. 12, 202 
Clapp, Luther, Hartland, Wis. 197, 198 
Clark, Albert W.,A. B. C. F. Af.16, 20-2 
Clark, Alien, Manchester, Vt. 15, 189 
Clarke, Almon T., Parishville, N. Y. 

12, 15, 171 
Clark, Anson, West Salem, Wis. 20O 
Clark, Asa F., Leverett, Mas;. 13a 

Clark, Charles W., Georgia, Vt. 189 

*CIark, Daniel J., East Haven, Ct. 85 
Clark, Daniel O.. Manchester, Mass. 134 
Clarke, Daniel W., New Haven, Ct. 88 
Clark, DeWitt S., Salem, Mass. 137 

[Clarke, Dorus, deceased. 20 

Clark, E. Benedict, Chieopee, Mass. 1839 
Clark, Edson L., Southampton, Mass. 138 
Clarke, Edward, Chesterfield, Mass. 1839- 
Clark, Edw. W., Westboro, Ms. 1850 
Clark, Frank E., So. Boston, Mass. 128- 
Clark, Frank G., Gloucester, Mass. 131 
Clark, Frank T., Or. 1882 

Clark, George, Oberlin, O. 1837 

Clarke,Geo. L.,Westerly, R. I. 12, 14, 185 
Clark, George V., Athens, Ga. 
Clark, Henry, Avon, Ct. 1841 

Clark, Isaac, Northampton. Mass. 1 •'!.'■ 
Clark, Jas B„ Pescadero, Cal. 12, SO, 81 
Ciark. J. H., 982 Millard ave., Chica- 
go, 111. 99 
Clarke, James F, .4. B. C. F. M. 203 
Clark, John, Plymouth, N. 11. 1835 
Clark, Joseph B., 34 Bible House, 
New York, N.Y. 51, l&Cvl 



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231 



Clarke, Joseph B., Barkhamsted, Ct. 84 
Clark, Josiah B., Ludlow, Vt. 1839 

Clark, Moulton N.. Harvard, 111. 100 

Clark, N. George. Boston, Mass. 45. 1857 
Clark, Orlando C, Friend, Neb. 157, 158 
Clark, Samuel W., Westport, Mass. 139 
Clark, Sereno D., Somerville, Mass. 1S40 
Clark, Solomon, Plainfield, Mass. 136 
Clark, Sumner, Wolfeborough, N. H. 1845 
Clark, Theodore J., Manchester, Vt. 1842 
Clark, Victor F., Milburn, 111. 101 

Clark, William, Amherst, N. H. 1828 
Clarke, Win. B , Norwich Town, Ct. 1855 
Clark, William J., Danvers, 111. 102 

Clary, Timothy F., Dorchester, Ms. 1849 
Clay, Daniel, Terrebonne, La. 119 

Cleavelaud, Edward, Burlington, Kan. 

1837 
Cleavelaud, James B., Granhy, Ct. 86 
Clift, William, Hadlvme, Ct. 85 

Clifton, Theodore, Rockford, 111. 102 
Clinton, Orson P., Menasha.Wis. 196, 99 
Clisbee, Edward P., Obcrlin, O. 1857 
Clizbe, Jay, Newark Valley, N. Y. 171 
Closson, Josiah T., Fairlee^ Vt. 1871 
Coate, Henry, Dundee, Mich. 143 

Cobb, ElishaG., Florence, Mass. 135 
Cobb, Henry W , Wheaton, 111. 1845 
Cobb, Levi H., 59 Bible House, New 

York. N. Y. 50, 1857 

Cobb, William H, Uxbridge, Mass. 139 
Cobleigh, Nelson F., Walla Walla, 

W. T. 1871 

Coburn, William, Hennepin, 111. 100 

Cochran, Albert B., Bangor, Mich. 141, 4 
Cochran, Floreuzo C, Roseville, 111. 103 
Cochran, Robert, Austinburg, O. 1833 
*Cochran, Samuel D., Grinnell, Io. 1842 
Coe, David B., 51 Bible House, New 

York. 1840 

Coggin, William S., Boxford, Mass. 1838 
Coit, Joshua, Boston, Mass. 51, 1860 
Colburn, Henry H, Salem, N. H. 164 
Colby, John Fitzwilliam, N. H. 162 

Colcord, Samuel, 400 W. 79th St., 

New York, N. Y. 1875 

Cole, Royal M., A. B. C. F. M. 203 
Cole, Rowland H., Nickerson, Kan. 

12, 116 
Cole, Thomas W., Boscobel, Wis. 195 
Coleman, George A., Wymore, Neb. 159 
Coleman, William L., Grinnell, Io. 1847 
Collie, Joseph, Delavan, Wis. 196 

*Collier, Isaac, Augusta, Mich. 141 

Collier, John L., No. Fairfield, O. 1854 
Collin, Quincv J., Smyrna, N. Y. 

169, 170 
Collins, William H, Quincv, 111. 
Colman, Edmund T., 2202 Victor st., 

St. Louis, Mo. 155 

Colman, George W., Bowmanville, 

111. 9S, 103 



Colton, Aaron M., Easthampton, Ms. 

1840 
Colton, Alfred E., Edinburgh, 0. 

12, 16, 175, 177 
Colton, Erastus, Shirland, 111. [CtJ 1881 
Colton, Theron G., Rootstown, O. 

12, 15, 179 
Colton, Willis S., Warren, Ct. 90 

Colver, Anthony W., Carmel, N. Y. 1871 
Colwell, John W., So.Peabody, Ms. 136 
Comiugs, Elam J., N. Kingsville, O. 178 
Comstock, Davillo W., Oakland, Io. Ill 
Conaut, Charles A., Wayzata, Minn. 

15, 150. 152 
Condon, Thomas, Prof., Eugene City, 

Or. 1854 

Cone, Luther H., Spi-ingfield, Mass. 138 
Conkliug, Benj. D., Olathe, Kan. 116 
Conley, Henry W., Anniston, Ala. 78 
Conuell, David, Woodstock, N. H. 1842 
Connet, Alfred, McLeausville, N. C. 174 
Conrad, Charles E., Quincv, 111. 100, 2 
Coury, Henry W., Portland, N. Y. 172 
Constant, Edward, Hersey, Mich. 144 
Cook, Charles H., DeWitt. Io. 108 

Cook, Cornelius C, Mclndoes, Vt. 

12, 163, 187 
Cook, Jonathan B., Hebron, N. H. 162 
Cook, Silas P., Chelsea, Mass. 129 

Cooke, William H, Oakland, Cal. 81 
Cooledge.Chalmers H, Fairfield, Vt. 189 
Cooledge, Chas. E., Andover. Mass. 133 
Cooley, Henry, Springfield, Mass. 1846 
Cooley Orramel W , Glenwood, Io. ls4s 
Cooley, William F., Lehi, Utah 1 2 

Coolidge, Amos H., Leicester, Mass. 132 
Coombe, Philip, Ferndale, Cal. 80 

Cooper, James, Neodesha, Kan. 116 

Cooper, James W., New Britain, Ct. 83 
Copeland, Jonathan, Eureka, Kan. 1 St 
Copping, Bernard, Dunstable, Mass. 130 
Cordell, Jas. G , Schenectady, N. Y. 1837 
Cordley, Richard, Lawrence, Kan. 115 
Cornell, William M., Boston, Mass 1830 
[Cornwell, Isaac D., deceased. 20 

Corsbie, Hadley M., Woodworth, 

Wis. VM, 

*Corwin, Charles L., Beardstown, 111. 
Cory, Isaac, L., Excelsior, Minn. 149 
Cossar, Andrew O., Imlay City, 

Mich. 144 

Cote, Thomas G. A., Lowell, Mass. 15 
Couch, Paul, Mystic Bridge, Ct. 90 

Countryman, Asa, Iowa Falls, Io. lil 
Countryman, Franklin, N. Brauford, 

Ct 
Cousins, Edgar M., Cumberland 

Mills, Me. J 2, 125 

Cowan, John, Essex Junction, Vt. 189 
Cowan, John W , Tabor, Io. 112 

Cowan, Perez D , Wellesley, Mass. 139 
Cowles, John P., Ipswich, Mass. 1833 



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[1885. 



Coyle, John P., New York, N. Y. 

12, 16, 171 
Cragin, Charles C, Chicago, 111. 99 

Craig, Henry K., Falmouth, Mass. 131 
Craig, James, Algiers, La. 119 

Craig, James A., Germany, [Mich.] 1883 
Crane, Chas. D., Damariscotta, Me. 

12, 123 
Crane, Edward C, Mendon, 111. 101 

Crane, Edw. P., Wadena, Minn. 149, 52 
Crane, Ethan P., Brooklyn, N. Y. 1838 
Crane, Henry C.,N. Springfield, Mo. 154 
Crane, Kendrick H , Pinckney, Mich. 

144, 146 
Cravath, Ephraim M., Pres., Nash- 
ville, Tenu. 1860 
Crawford.Albert R., Provo, Utah,12,1884 
Crawford, Charles H., Chenango 

Forks, N. Y. 168, 173 

Crawford, Lyndon S.,Topsfield, Ms. 139 
Crawford, Matthew A., A. B. C. F. 

M. 203 

Crawford, Otis D., Ridgway, Pa. 12, 183 
Crawford, Robert, Braintree, Mass. 130 
Crawford, Sidney, Lyons, Io. 110 

Crawford, William, Sparta, Wis. 199 
Creegan, Charles C, Syracuse, N. Y. 

51, 1874 
Cressman, Abraham A., Albion, Neb. 156 
Cressman, Edmund, Steele City, 

Neb. 158, 159 

Cristy, Albert B., Conway, Mass. 15 

Croft, Charles P., Simsbury, Ct. 
Crofts, George W., Sandwich, 111. 103 
Cromack, Joseph C, Cannonsville, 

N. Y. 1839 

Cronin, Henrv C, Hamilton, N. Y. 169 
Crosby, Josiah D., Ashburnham,Ms. 1837 
Cross, Andrew M., Minden, Mich. 145 
Cross, Gorham, Richville, N. Y. 1480 
Cross, John, College Springs, Io. 1837 
Cross, Joseph W., W. Boylston, Ms. 1834 
Cross, Moses K., Waterloo, Io. 1842 

Cross, Roland S., Cannon River 

Falls, Minn. 149 

Cross, Roselle T., Denver, Col. 83 

Cross, Wellington R,, Milltown, Me. 

14, 1865 
Cross, William IL, Saratoga, Cal. 87 
Croswell, Mieah S., Independence, 

Iowa, 107, 109 

Croswell, Zenas, Cornish, Me. 122 

Crum, John II., Winona, Minn. 12, 152 
Crumrine, John T., Fayette City,Pa. 1874 
Cruzan, John, A., Honolulu, Hawaii. 
Cummings, Eph. C, Portland, Me. 1858 
Cnmmings, Henry, Strafford, Vt. 191 
Cummings, Hiram, Rocklin, Cal. 1837 
Cummintrs, John M., Anita, Io. 106 

Cunningham, John, W. Groton, N. Y. 172 
Cunningham, L. I)., Talladega, Ala. 78 
Currier, Albert H., Oberlin, O. 62, 1862 



Curry, Erastus S., Newberry, Mich. 145 
Curry, William, Rosedale, Mich. 145, 7 
Curtis, Asher W, Marion, Ala. 78 

Curtis, Charles B , Selma, Ala. 78 

Curtis, Edward D., Frankfort, Mich. 143 
Curtis, Ethan, Camden, N. Y. 168 

Curtis, Lucius, Hartford, Ct. 1S46 

Curtis, Walter W., W. Stockbridge, 

Mass. 140 

Curtis, William C, Richmond, Me. 124 
Curtis, William W., A. B. V. F. M. 204 
Curtiss, George, Hartford, Ct. 86 

Curtiss, Gilbert A., Willsboro, N. Y. 173 
Curtiss, Leander, Croton, Mich. 153 

Curtiss, Samuel I., 364 W. Washing- 
ton St., Chicago, 111. 59, 1874 
Curtiss. Win. B., N. Brauford, Ct. 1843 
Cushman, D. Quimby, Bath, Me. 1838 
Cushman, John P., Troy, N. Y. 1860 
Cuthbertson, Win., 934 W. Harri- 
son St., Chicago, 111. 99 
Cuthbertson, W. J., Copenhagen, N. Y. 

168 
Cutler, Brainerd B., Heath, Mass. 1837 
Cutler, Calvin, Auburndale, Mass. 135 
Cutler, Charles, Lexington, 0. 178 

Cutler, Ebenezer, Worcester, Mass. 1850 
Cutler, George B., Dublin, N. H. 161 
Cutler, Temple, Essex, Mass. 131 

Cutter, Marshall M., List. Sec. A. T. 

S , 52 Bromfield st., Boston, Ms. 1868 
Cutting, Charles, Moutville, Ct. 87 

Cutting, Henry P., N. Leominster, 
Mass. 133 

Dada, Edwin P., Creio-hton, Neb. 1864 
Dada, William B., Stanton, Neb. 159 
*Dalgleish, G. C, Roscommon, Mich. 147 
Dalton, Martin L., Munnsville, N. Y. 170 
Daly, James A., Cleveland, O. 1868 

Dame, Charles, Falmouth, Me. 120 

Damon, John F., Seattle, W. T. 193 
Dana, J. Jay, New Haven, Ct. 1835 

Dana, Malcolm McG., St. Paul, 

Minn. 152 

Dana, Samuel IL, Quincy, 111. 102 

Danforth, Jas. R., Philadelphia, Pa. 183 
Daniels, Charles H., Portland, Me. 124 
Daniels, Daniel, South Gibson, Pa. 182 
Daniels, Henry M., DeLuz, Cal. 1861 
Daniels, Jos. L., Prof., Olivet, Mich. 146 
Danielson, Jos., Southbridge, Mass. 138 
Danks, Lncian E., Oberlin, 0. 1882 

Dauner, Edgar V. H., Cuyahoga 

Falls, O. 176 

Darling, George, Waupun, Wis. 199 
Darling, Marcellus W., Elkhart, Ind. 104 
Darling, Thos W., Danville, Vt. 188 
*Darliug, Walter E., Farmington, 

N. H. 162 

Dascomb, Alfred B., Bellows Falls, 

Vt. 191 



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233 



Davenport, John G., Waterbury, Ct. 91 
Davenport, W. H., Braiuerd, Minn. 1877 
*Davidson, David B., Minneapolis, 

Minn. 1847 

Davies, D. Dvfm, Knoxville, Ten. 186 
Davies, Daniel T., Pottsville, Pa. 183 
Davies, David, Elton, N. Y., 172 

Davies, David, Parisville, 0. 179 

Davis, David D., 117 2d ave., N. Y. 
*Davies David F., Paddv's Run, 0. 179 
Davies, David L., Brier Hill, N. Y. 170 
Davies, Edward, Remsen, N. Y. 167 
Davies, Henry, Williamsburg:, Io. 113 
Davies, James, Spring Hill, Kan. 117 
Davies, John A., Patriot, 0. 179 

Davies, John D., Barnevelde, Wis. 195 
Davies, John L., Youngstown, 0. 180 
Davies, John P., Hubbard, O. 177 

Davies, Llewellvn S., Shawnee, 0. 179 
Davies, Richard R., Fairport, N. Y. 169 
Davies, Theophilus, Plains, Pa. 183 

Davies, Thomas E., Hartford, Ct. 1865 
Davies, Thomas M., Bridgton, Me. 121 
Davies, Wm. W., Mt. CarmSl, Pa. 
Davis, Edgar F, Hamilton, Mass. 132 
Davis, Jerome D., A. B. C. F. M 202 
Davis, Josiah G., Amherst, N. H. 1844 
Davis, Perlev B., Hvde Park, Mass. 133 
Davis, R. Henry, .4. B. G. F. M. 203 
Davis, Ralph A , Andover, 0. 175 

Davis, Wm. H.,Detroit, Mich. 12, 15, 143 
Davison, Charles, Greenville, Me. 122 
Davison, Joseph, Sugar Grove, Pa 1842 
Davison, Joseph B., Harmony, N. Y. 167 
Dawes, Ebenezer, Lakeville, Mass. 133 
Dawson, John B , Essexville, Mich. 143 
Dawson, Wm. E., Garden Prairie, 

111. 12, 100, 102 

Day, Charles 0., Williamsburg, Ms. 140 
Day, George E.,New Haven, Ct. 65, 1840 
Day, Guv B , Tea., Bridgeport, Ct. 1849 
Day, Henry N., New Haven, Ct. 1836 
Day, Hiram, Glencoe, 111. 100 

Day, Rodney C, Lisbon, N. Y. 169 

Day, S. Mill's, Honeoye, N. Y. 170 

Day, Theo. L., So. Framingham, Ms. 131 
Day, Warren F., Ottawa, 111. 102 

Dean, Amos N., Bloomington, Neb. 

156, 157, 158 
Dean, Benjamin A., Meriden.N. H. 164 
Dean, Martin G., Hutchinson, Kau. 1852 
Dean, Oliver S., Holbrook, Mass. 132 
Dean, Samuel C, Plymouth, Neb. 159 
Dean, William N.T., Orange, Mass. 136 
Deane, James, Crown Point, N. Y. 168 
DeBevoise, Gabriel H, 9 Cough House, 

Boston, Mass. 55, 1865 

DeForest Hemau P., Taunton, Ms. 1835 
De Forest, Henry S., Pres., Talla- 
dega, Ala. 1863 
De Forest, John H., A. B. C. F. M. 204 
Dellart, Andrew J., Nashville, Tenn. 186 



Deighton, James, Marshall, 111. 101 

*De La Vergne, Alex. L., Pearce, 

Mo. 1877 

DeLong, Thomas W., Fredericks- 
burg, O. 177 
Demarest, Sydney B.,Baldwin,Mich. 

16, 141 
Demeritt, John P., Bath, N. H. 161 

Denio, Francis B., Bangor, Me 58, 1881 
Denisou, Andrew C, Middlefield, Ct. 87 
Denison, Daniel, Hartford, Wis. 197 

*Denison, Jno H., Williamst'n, Ms. 140 
Denison, William, Castleton, Vt. 
Dennen, Stephen R., Concord, Mass. 

15, 1855 
Denney,Wilson, Nebraska Citv,Neb. 

12, 158 
*De Pew, Wm. A., E.Weymonth, Ms. 140 
DeReimer, William E., New Hamp- 
ton, Io. 15,111 
Dewey, William, Monroeville, O. 177 
Dewey, Willis C, A. B. C. F. M. 203 
Dexter, Granville M., Hydesville, 

Cal. 12, 80, 81 

Dexter Henry M., Ed., Hoston, Ms. 1884 
Dexter, Morton, Ed., Boston, Mass. 1873 
Dick, Robert, Buffalo, N. Y. 
*Dickerman, Geo. S , Amherst, Ms. 127 
*Dickerman, Lysander.Rox bury. Ms. 1858 
Dickerson, Orson C , Earlville, 111. 

99, 102 
*Dickey, Myron P., Ludlow, Mass 133 
Dickinson, Chas. A., Lowell, Mass. 133 
Dickinson, Cornelius E., Marietta, O. 178 
Dickinson, Edmund F., c. m., 19 

Oakwood av., Chicago, 111. 1841 

Dickinson, Ferd. W., W. Williams- 
field, O. 180, 182 
Dickinson, George L., Atkinson, 111. 98 
Dickinson, Henry A., Huntington, 

Mass. 1863 

Dickinson, Saml F., Newton, Io.l5, 1870 
Dickinson, Samuel W., Jefferson, 0. 177 
Dickinson, Wm. E., Chicopee, Ms. 129 
Dickinson, William G., Webster, Dak. 94 
Diffenbacher, Benj. F., Arlington, 

Neb. 156, 157 

Diggs, Marshall W., Ft. Recovery, 0. 179 
Dike, Samuel W., Sec. N. E. Di- 
vorce League, Royalton, Vt. 57, 1869 
Dill, Arthur C, Deadwood, Dak. 12, 92 
Dilley, Alex B., Rock Ledge. 111. 1850 
Dilley, Samuel, Reno Centre, Kan. 1848 
*Dimon, Jacob V., Homer, 111. 12, 100 
Dingwell, James, Danielsonville, Ct. 87 
Dinsmore, John, Brunswick, Me. 120,122 
Diven, Clarence L., Butte City, Mont. 155 
Dixon, Ellis W., Yakima City, W.T. 1876 
Dixon, Hiram II., Ripon, Wis. 1852 

Dixon, James J. A T., Bunker Hill, 

Kan. 1856 

Dixon, Julian H., Chebanse, 111. 99 



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[1885. 



Doane, Edward T., A. B. C. F. M. 203 
Doane, John, Cleveland, 0. 12, 16 

*Dobson, J. Arthur, Cleburne, Tex. 186 
Docher, John H., Springfield, Mass. 1877 
nodge, Austin, So. Dennis, Mass. 130 
Dodge, Benjamin, Pomona, Tenn. 186 
Dodge, Dan'l 1)., Wilmington, N. C. 174 
Dodge, George S.. Rutland, Mass. 137 
Dodge, John E., Paxton, Mass. 136 

Dodge, John W., Yarmouth, Mass. 140 
Doe, Franklin B., St. Louis, Mo 51,1854 
Doe, Walter P., Providence, R. I. 1847 
Doldt, James, Canterbury, N. H. 1843 
[Dole, George T., deceased. 21 

Dole, Sylvester R., Bradner, 0. 175, 179 
Donaldson, John W.,Sauborn, Dak.92, 94 
Donaldson, Levi J., Florence, 0. 175, 177 
Donnell, Albert, Berlin, N. H. 161 

D'Ooge, Martin L., Ann Arbor, 

Mich. 1878 

Doolittle, John B , Grafton, Neb. 157 
Dougherty, James G., Ottawa, Kan. 116 
Dougherty, M. Angelo, Baldwins- 

ville, Mass. 138 

Douglas, James, Pulaski, N. Y. 1853 

Douglas, Thomas, Manchester, Eng. 1868 
Douglass, Clinton, Faulkton, Dak. 12, 92 
Douglass, Francis J., Forest City, 

lo- 109, 10, 12 

Douglass, Solomon J, New Haven, 

Ct. 1863 

Douglass.Truman 0.,Grinnell,Io.l868, 51 
[Dow, Ezekiel, deceased. 21 

Dow.William W., Portsmouth, N. H. 122 
Dowd, Quincy L., Kaukauna, Wis. 197 
Dowdeu, Wm. H., Rowley, Mass. 137 
Downer, Sawyer B., Prattville, 

Mich. 146 

Downs, Allison 0., Upper Aque- 

bogue, N. Y. 171 

Downs, Charles A., Lebanon, N. H. 162 
[Downs, Edward C, deceased. 21 

Dowse, Edmund, Sherborn, Mass. 137 
Drahms, A., Sonoma, Cal. 1878 

Drake, Andrew J., Iroquois, Dak. 93 
Drake, Charles W., Millville, N. Y. 170 
Drake, Ellis R,, Northfield, Mass. 131,136 
Drennan, M. J., Cambridge, Mass. 
Dresser, Amos, Franklin, Neb. 1841 

Drew, Frank L., Lisle, N. Y. 170 

Drew, Jas. B., Sauk Centre, Minn. 155 
Drew, Stephen F., W. Charleston, 

Vt. 188,9 

Dudley, Chas. E., Park City, Utah, 187 
[Dudley, Horace F., deceased. 22 

Dudley, Joseph F., Eau Clare, Wis. 196 
Dudley, Martin, Easton, Ct. 1851 

Dudley, Myron S., Cromwell, Ct. 85 

Dugan, Wm. R,, Erving, Mass. 1880 

Duncan, Andrew C, Havwards, Cal. 80 
Dungan, Geo. W., McCook, Neb. 157, 8 
Dunham, Dwight, Axtell, Kan. 115 



Dunham, Isaac, Bridge water, Mass. 1835 
Dunlap.Geo. H., Harrisville, N. H., 162, 3 
Dunlap, Samuel P., Hannibal, Mo. 153 
Dunnels, A. Frederick, Bath, Me. 12, 120 
Dunniug, Albert E., Boston, Ms.55, 1870 
Dunning. Homer N., S. Norwalk, Ct. 1852 
Durant, Dickson D., Caddo, I. T. 
Duren, Charles, Granby, Vt. 189 

Durvea, Joseph T., Boston, Mass. 128 
Dustan, George, Boxboro, Mass. 14, 1859 
Dutton, Albert I., E. Lougmeadow, 

Mass. 133 

Dutton, George A., A. B. (J. F. M. 203 
Dutton, Horace, Auburudale, Mass. 1863 
Dutton, John M., Lebanon, N. H. 163 
Dwight Chas. A. S., A. B. C. F. Hf. 

1 2, 203 
Dwight, Edward S., Hadlev, Mass. 131 
Dwight, Henry 0., A. B. C. F. M. 203 
Dwight, M. Everett, Fairfield, Io. 108 
Dwight, Timothy, New Haven, Ct. 

65, 1861 
Dwinell, Israel E., Redwood, Cal. 

63, 1849 
Dyas, Joseph P., Sandwich, 111, 1880 
Dyer, Edmund, London, Mich. 145 

Dyer, Edward O., S. Braintree, Ms. 129 
Dyer, Nathan T., Middleboro, Mass. 134 
Dykeman, Chas. F., Forest City, Io. 108 

Eastman, Adelbert L., New London, 

0. 12, 178 

Eastman, Edw. P., Ft. Fairfield, Me. 122 
Eastman, Lucius R., Boston, Mass. 1837 
Eastman, Lucius R., jr., Framing 1 ■"> 1 

ham, Mass. 
Eastman, Morgan L., Royalton, 199 

Wis. 
Eastman, Samuel E., Canandaigua, 

N. Y. 168 

Eastman, Wm. F., Richmond, Neb. 157, 9 
Eastman, Win. R., S. Framingham, 

Mass. 131 

Eaton, Cyrus H., Hazeu, Ark. 1850 

Eaton, Danforth L., Lowell, Mich. 142 
Eaton, Edward D , State S. S. Sect., 

Oak Park, 111. 101 

Eaton, James D., A. B.C. F. M. 203 
Eaton, Jos. M. R., Fitchburg, Ms. 1845 
Eaton, Samuel W., Lancaster, Wis. 197 
Eckles, John G , Chase, Kan. 1 14 

Eckman. James K., Osborne, Kan. 1869 
Eddv, Clarence, St. Clair, Mich. 147 

*Eddy, Hiram, Sheffield, Mass. 137 

Eddy", Samuel W., Beverly, Mass. 128 
Eddy, Zachary, Atlanta, Ga. 15, 1835 
Edmands, John S., Oberlin, O. 
Edson, Henry K., Grinnell, Io. 1881 

Edwards, George L., Marlboro, Ct. 87 
Edwards, John, Lansford, Pa. 183 

Edwards, John, Youngstown, 0. 176 

Edwards, Jonathan, Scranton, Pa. 182 



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235 



Edwards, Jonathan, Wellesley Hills, 

Mass. 139 

Edwards, Nicholas T., Wyanet, 111. 104 
Edwards, Richard, Princeton, 111. 1873 
Edwards, Thomas C, Kingston, Pa. 183 
Edwards, William, Syracuse, O. 1857 
Edwards, William P., Newburgh, 0. 176 
Eells, Cushing, Cheney, W. T. 1837 

Eells, Myron, Skokomish, W. T. 193, 194 
Eggleston, Nathaniel H., Prof., Wil- 

liamstown. Mass 1845 

Egleston, Wm. 11., Westmoreland, 

Kan. 1862 

Ehnamini, Artemas, Santee Agency, 

Neb. 94 

Elam, Abner, Junction City, Kan. 
Elder, Hugh. Bradford, Eng., 15, 1868 
Elderkin, John, Ekonk, Ct. 90 

Eldredge, Henry W., Turner's Falls, 

Mass. 134 

*Elliot, Henry B., Cincinnati, O. 1844 
El'iot, Lester H., Sec. Vt. Bible Soc, 

Waterbnry, Vt. 1866 

Elliott, John E., Bridgewater, Ct. 84 
Elliott, Stephen G., Aurora, Mo. 1864 
Ellis, Jacob F., Forest Grove, Or. 1873 
Ellis, John M., Oberlin, < >. 1866 

Ellis, Walter M., Howard, Dak. 12, 93 
Ellis, William H., Trov, N. C. 174 

Ellsworth, Alfred A., Galesburg, 111. 100 
Ellsworth, Jno. S., Le Raysville, 

Pa. 12, 183 

Elmer, Hiram, Winona, Minn. 1844 

Ely, Joseph A., Rochester, N. Y. 1876 
Embleton, John S., Severy, Kan. 117, 8 
Emerson, Alfred, Dorchester, Mass. 1S45 
*Emersou, Chas. II , Creighton, Neb.1858 
Emerson, Edward B , Stratford, Ct. 1838 
Emerson, Forrest F., Newport, R. I. 1 84 
Emerson, James 0., Bunker Hill, 111. 98 
Emerson, Jno. D., Keunebuukport, 

Me. 122 

Emerson, Joseph, Prof., Beloit.Wis. 1860 
Emerson, Oliver P., Peacedale, R. I. 184 
Emerson, Rufus, Salem, N. H. 1852 
Emerson, RufusW., Monson, Me. 120 
Emerson, Thomas A., Braiutree, Ms 129 
Emery, Samuel H, Tauuton, Mass. 1837 
*Emmous, Abram S , Morrisville, 

N. Y. 170 

Emmons, Henry V., Oxford, Me. 123 
*Empson, Geo. C, Wayne, Mich. 145, 8 
Emrich, Frederick E.. 181 N. Mor- 
gan st., Chicago, 111. 99 
Entler, George R.. Franklin, N. Y. 1*45 
Ernst, Fred. W , Glens Falls, N. Y. 1880 
Estabrook, Jos., Prof., Olivet, Mich. 146 
Ethridge, Albert, Des Moines, Io. 1857 
Enstis," William T., p., Ind, Ch., 

Springfield, Mass. 1846 

Evans, B. Isaac, Scranton, Penn. 
Evans, Charles, Coloma, Mich. 142 



Evans, Daniel A , Emporia, Kan 155 
Evans, D. Ellis, Spring Green, Wis. 

12, 197,9 
Evans, David E , Plvmouth, Pa. 1866 
Evans. David M , ( >ak Hill, O. 1866 

Evans, Enion C, St. Paul, Minn. 152 
Evans, Evan, Oak Hill. < >. 
Evans, Frederick T., Mahanoy, Pa. 183 
Evans, Griffith R , Braidwood, 111. 98 
Evans, James M., Blossburg, Penn. 182 
Evans, John G., West Pittston, Pa. 183 
Evans, John M., Cleveland, O. 176, 182 
Evans, John P., Bangor, Wis. 195, 196 
Evans, Lewis D., Boothbay, Me., 121 
Evans, Samuel E.. Hanover, Mass. 132 
Evans, Thos. W., Columbus Cityjo 1846 
Evarts, Nathaniel K., Dorr, Mich. 1850 
Eveland Samuel, Wayne, Io. 12, 109, 112 
Everdell* Robert, Fond du Lac. Wis. 1853 
Everest, Asa E., Grinnell, Io. 1850 

Everest, Charles H., Meriden, Ct. 87 
Eversz, Moritz E., Milwaukee, Wis. 198 
[Everts, Reuben, deceased. 22 

Ewell, John L., Milllmry, Mass. 134 
Ewing, Edward C, Dauvers, Mass. 130 
Ewing, William, Fargo, Dak. 92, 93 

Fairbank, John B.,Ortonville, Minn. 151 
Fairbank, Sam'l B , A. B. C. F. M. 202 
Fairbanks, Edward T., St. Johns- 
bury, Vt. 191 
Fairbanks, Francis J., West Boyl- 

ston Aliss 139 

Fairbanks, Geo. H.,Welshfield, 0. 179, 80 
Fairbanks, Henry. Sec. Vt. Y. M. 

C. A , St Johnsbury, Vt. 1858 

Fairchild, Edward H., Pres , Berea, 

Ky. 1841 

Fairchild, Geo. T., Manhattan, Kan 
Fairchild, James H., Oberlin, O. 62, 1S41 
Fairfield, Edmund B., Manistee, 

Mich. 145 

Fairfield, Fred. W., Prof., Tabor, Io. 1 87 1 
Fairfield, Minor W., Muskegon, 

Mich. 145 

Fales, Elisha F., Palestine, Texas, 186 
Farmin, Uriel, Cherokee City, Ark. 79 
Farnham, Luther, Libr., Boston, 

Mass. 1844 

Farusworth, Wilson A., A.B. C.F.M. 203 
Farrar, Henry, Stowe, Me. 161 

Farrill, Edgar T., Hopkinton, N. H. 162 
Farwell, Asa. Ludlow, Vt. 1853 

Farwell, Parris T., So. Egremont, 

Mass. 12, 130 

Fassett, John, Manteno, 111. 1846 

Fath, Jacob, Muscatine, Io. 110, 111 

Fawcett, Joseph, Ossipee, N. H 164 

Fawkes, Francis, Durango, Io. 108 

Fay, Henry C, Northwood, N. H. 164 
Fay, Levi L , Muss linn, O. 1843 

Fay, Osmer W., Talladega, Ala. 1867 



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[1885. 



Fay, Prescott, Cambridge, Mass. 1857 
Fay, Rollins B., Post Mills, Vt. 191 

Fay, Solomon P., Dorchester, Mass. 128 
Fay, William E., A. B. C. F. 71/. 202 
Fav, W. Walcott, Hampton, N. H. 

12, 16, 162 
Feemster, Paul S., Pearlette, Kan. 114 
Feemster, R. M. D., Fulton, Kan. 117 
Feemster, Sam. B., Thomfield, Mo. 153 
Feemster, William, La Cygne, Kan. 
Fellows. Franklin E., Norwich, Ct. 1858 
Fellows, Silenus H., Wauregan, Ct. 89 
Fenn, William H., Portland, Me. 124 
Ferner, John W., Postville, To. Ill 

Ferris, Hiram J., Menasha, Wis. 197 
Ferris, Leonard Z., Rockland Mass. 137 
Ferris, Walter L., Dundee, 111. 99 

Fessenden, Thomas K., Farmington, 

Ct. 1839 

Ficke, Herman, Dubuque, Io. 108 

Field, Aaron W., Tolland, Mass. 

16, 137, 139 
Field, Artemas C, Hinesburg, Vt. 189 
Field, Fred'k A , Los Angeles, Cal. 1880 
Field, George W., Bangor, Me. 120 

Field, James P., Amity, Mo 153, 155 
Field, Thos. P., Prof., Amherst, Ms. 127 
Fifield, Chas. W., Harrisville, N. Y. 

16, 169 
Fifield, Lebbeus B., Baltimore, Md. 1857 
*Fiudley, J. Ross, Conneaut, (). 176 

Fiuster, Clarence, Allendale, Mch. 141, 3 
*Fischer H. A., Prospect Park, 111. 
*Fish, Henry S., Plymouth, 111. 102 

Fisher, George E., Amherst, Mass. 127 
Fisher, Geo. P., N. Haven, Ct. 65, 1854 
[Fisher, George W., deceased. 22 

• Fisher, Oren D., Cleveland, O. 176 

Fisher, Saml.V.S , Minneap'lis, Minn. 151 
Fisher, W. B., Cottonwood Falls, 

Kan. 114 

Fisher, William P., Brunswick, Me. 121 
Fisk, Franklin L. .Downer's Grove, 111.99 
Fisk, Franklin W., 532 W. Adams 

St., Chicago, 111. 59,1859 

Fisk, Perrin B., Piano, 111. 102 

Fisk, Pliny B., Appomatox, Dak. 92, 93 
Fisk, Wilbur, Freeborn, Minn. 150 

Fiske, Albert W., Penacook, N. H. 1833 
Fiske, Dan'l T., Newburvport, Mass. 135 
Fiske, Elisha S.,Royaltou, Vt. 13, 188, 91 
Fiske, John B., Anamosa, Io. 106 

Fiske, John Orr, Bath, Me. 15, 1843 

Fitch, Charles N., Wauseon, O. 180 

Fitch, Franklin S , Buffalo, N. Y. 168 
Fitts, Jas. H., S. Newmarket, N. H. 164 
Fitz, Arthur G., Wilton, Me. 125 

Flagg, Rufus C, Fairhaven, Vt. 189 
Flainlers.Chas. N.,Newport, N. H. 13, 163 
*Fleman,Fredk , Grand Ledge, Mich. 144 
Fleming, Samuel, Burr Oak, Mich. 1847 
Fletcher, Rufus W., Hart, Mich. 144 



*Flint, Joseph R., Heath, Mass. 132 

Flook, Jacob, New Haven, Mich. 142, 145 
Fobes, William A., Monterey, Mass. 135 
Folsom, Geo DeF., Tustin City, Cal. 
Folsom, Nathaniel S., Wellesley 

Hills, Mass. 1836 

Folsom, Omar W., Bath, Me., 13, 15, 120 
Foote, Hiram, Rockford, 111. 1839 

Foot, Horace, Tallmadge, O. 1848 

Foote, Horatio, Quincy, 111 1825 

Foote, Lucius, Sacramento, Cal. 
Foot, William W., Oberliu, O. 1864 

Forbes, Jesse F., Warren, Mass. 139 
Forbes, Samuel B., Rockville. Ct. 90 
Forbes, Washington H, Holdrege, 

Neb. 157, 159 

Ford, Jas. T., San Bernardino, Cal 1857 
Forduey, Daniel L , Le Roy, Mo. 154 
Forsyth, Wm., Bucksport, Me. 121, 123 
Foss, George A., Piermont, N. H. 164 
Foster, Addison P., Jersey City, N. J. 166 
[Foster, Amos, deceased. 22 

*Foster, Benj.F., Little Rock, Ark. 1881 
Foster, Davis, Winchendon, Mass. 140 
Foster, F'estus. Sedgwick, Kan. 117 

Foster, Frank H , Oberlin, O. 62, 1877 
Foster, J IX, San Bernardino, Cal. 81 
Foster, Lauren M , Salem, Wis. 199,200 
Foster, Richard B., Milford, Kan. 116 
Foster, Roswell, Westmoreland, N.H. 165 
Foster, Wm. C, Middletown, Ct. 1848 
Fowle, Hanford, Footville, Wis. 196 

Fowle, James L., A. B. C. F. M. 203 
Fowler, Stacy, Cambridge, Mass. 1862 
Fowler, W. A., Ellis, Kan. 114 

Fowler, W. C. Caniugton, Dak. 92, 93 
Fox. Almon K , Mazon, 111. 103 

Fox, Jared W., Ridgewav, Kan. 1839 
Francis, Cyrus W., Prof., Atlanta, 

Ga. 1867 

Francis, David W., Mazon, 111. [Mich ] 
Franklin, John L., Lysander, N. Y. 170 
Frary, Lucieu H.. Weymouth, Mass. 140 
F'raser, Charles H., Genoa Junction, 

111. 97, 108 

Fraser, John G , Madison, O. 170 

Fraser, John M., Madison, O. 1840 

Frazee, John II., Franklin, N. Y. 169 
*Frazelle, W B., Lagrange, 111. 
Frear, Walter, West Oakland, Cal. 81 
Free, Samuel R., Willimantic, Ct. 91 
F"reeborn, James G., Li da, Kan. 1863 
Freeland, Saml. M., Thomaston, Ct. 90 
Freeman, Geo. E., Fresno City, Cal. 82 
Freeman, Henry A., Oldtown, Me. 123 
Freeman, Hiram, Sioux City, Io. 1843 
Freeman, Joseph A., Danbury, Ct. 85 

French, E. B., , Wis. 1870 

French, Geo H, Charlest'n, N. H. 161 
French, Herman A. .Green wood, Neb. 157 
French, S. Franklin, Wallingford, 

Vt. 192 



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LIST OF CONGREGATIONAL MINISTERS. 



237 



Frickstad,Taral T.,E. Oakland, Cal. 1877 
Frink,Beirson M., Shelburne, Ms. 12, 137 
Frisbie, Alvah L., Des Moines, Io. 108 
Frost, Daniel C, Killingly, Ct. 1840 
Frost, Daniel D., Ridgebury, Ct. 89 

Frost, Geo. B., Oxford, Mass. 139 

Frost, Lewis P., Janesville, Wis. 1850 
Fuller, Americus.Minneapolis, Minn. 151 
Fuller, August. H., Mattapoisett, Ms. 13-4 
^Fuller, Homer T., Worcester, Ms. 1870 
Fuller, Jonathan K., Bakersfield, Vt. 187 
Fuller, Joseph, Vershire, Vt. 1830 

Fuller, Wm. R., Little River, Kan. 115 
Fullerton, Bradford M., Waltham, 

Mass. 139 

Fullerton, Jeremiah E., Hopkinton, 

Mass. 132 

*Fuukhouser, J. C, Antigo, Wis. 195 
Furber, Daniel L., Newton Centre, 

Mass. 135 

Furbish, Edw. B., Lockport, N. Y. 170 

Gaffuey, Matthew, Gainesville, N. Y.169 
Gage, William L., Hartford, Ct. 15,1860 
Gaines, Marshall R., A. B. C. F M. 

13, 202 
Gale, Edmund, Faribault, Minn. 149 
Gale, Sullivan F., Jaeksonvlle, Fla. 51, 96 
Galiger, James P., Tomah, Wis. 199 
Gallagher, W., Tea., S. Boston, Ms. 1874 
Gallup, James A., Madison, Ct. 87 

Gammell, Sereuo D.J Welliugton,0. 

15, 16, 180 
*Gannett, George, Boston, Ms. 1849 

Gardner, Austin, Buckingham, Ct. 86 
*Gardner, Edward P.,Medina, N. Y. 1862 
Gardner, Theodore Y, Hudson, O. 177 
Garland, David, Bethel, Me. 120 

*Garlaud, Joseph N.,Waterford,Me.l847 
Garman, John H.,N. Orange, Mass. 1847 
Garnett, C. C, Cnesauing, Mich. 142 
Garretson, Ferd. V. D , Franconia, 

N. H. 162 

Garrette, Edmund Y., Paxton, 111 102 
Gates, Caleb Frank, A. B. C. F. M. 03 
Gates, Charles H., Deer Isle, Me. 121 
Gates, Geo. A., Upper Montclair,N. J. 166 
Gates, Hiram N., West Hartland, Ct. 86 
Gates, Lorin S., A, B. C. F. M. 202 

Gates, Matthew A., Barton Land- 
ing, Vt. 188 
Gauthier, C. H., San Bernadino, 

Cal. 
Gay, Ebenezer, Tompkins Cove, 

N. Y. 1818 

Gay, Joshua S., Waquoit, Mass. 131 

Gay, Wm. M., North Brookfield, Vt. 188 
Gay lord, Joseph F., Barre, Mass. 127 
Gaylord, Samuel D., Bridgeport, Ct. 84 
Geer, Heman, Wabaunsee, Kan. 117 

George, David M., Pittsburgh, Pa. 182 
George, Norton R., Elmdale, Kan. 114 



Gerould, Sam'l L., Goffstown, N. H. 162 
Gerrv, Elbridge, W. Randolph, Vt. 1868 
Gibbs, Charles, Cedar Falls, Io. 107 

Gibson, John, Byron, 111. 98 

Giddings, Edw. J., Housatonic, Ms. 1857 
Giddings, Solomon P., Washington, 

D. C. 1842 

Gidman, Richard H., Preston, Ct. 89 
Gilbert, Henry B., Brooktou, N. Y. 1870 
Gilbert, James B., Springfield, Neb. 159 
Gilbert, Simeon, Ed., 115 Monroe 

St., Chicago, 111. 1863 

Gilbert, Wm. H., Sec. Ct. Bib. Soc, 

So. Norvvalk, Ct. 1846 

Gill, William, River Falls, Wis. 1877 
Gillespie, Thomas, Kenosha, Wis. 1S67 
Gilman, Edward W., Sec. A. B. S., 

29 Bible House, New York city, 1849 
Oilman, George P., Waverley, Mass. 128 
Gilmor, Daniel W., Menomonee, 

Wis. 1876 

Gladden, Washington, Columbus, O. 176 
*Glasson, Joseph, Gaylord, Mich. 143 
Gleason, Anson, c. m., 143 Muuroe 

st., Brooklyn, N. Y. 1835 

Gleason, Charles H., Somers, Ct. S9 

Gleason, George L., Byfield, Mass. 135 
Gleason, John F., Norfolk, Ct. 88 

Glendenning, John S., Henry, 111. 
Glidden, Kiah B., Mansfield Centre, 

Ct. 87 

Glidden, N. Dimic, Ithaca, Mich. 144 
*Goddard, John C, Salisbury, Ct. 13, 89 
Goldsmith, Chas. F., N. Carver, Ms. 129 
Goff, Edward S., Grand Forks, Dak. 93 
Goodale, David W., Sudbury, Mass. 138 
Goodell, Constans L., 3006 Pine St., 

St. Louis, Mo. 154 

Goodell, Henry M., Wahoo, Neb. 159 
*Goodell, Isaac, San Mateo, Cal. 1877 
Goodell, John H., Windsor Locks, Ct. 91 
Goodenough, Arthur, Winchester, Ct. 91 
Goodenough, Herb't D., A.B.C.F.M. 202 
Goodenow, Smith B., E. Mai shneld, 

Mass. 134 

Goodhue, Daniel, Pembroke, N. H. 1848 
Goodhue, Henry A., Townshend, Vt. 191 
Goodman, William W., Macksville, Ind. 
Goodrich, Charles S., Plainheid, N. J. 13 
Goodrich, Chauncy, .4. B. C. F. M. 202 
Goodrich, Darius N., Summit, Mich. 

13, 147 
Goodrich, John E., Prof., Burling- 
ton, Vt. 1864 
*Goodrich, Lewis, Daubury, N. H. 161 
Goodsell, Dennis, Tulare, Cal. 82 
Goodwin, Daniel, Mason, N. H. 1839 
Goodwin, Edward P., 354 Washing- 
ton Bd., Chicago, 111. 99 
Goodwin, Henry M., Prof., Olivet, 

Mich. 146 

[Goodyear, George, deceased. 23 



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[1885. 



Gordon, Cha. E., Salisbury, N. II. 1G4, 5 
*Gordon, Geo. A., Boston, Ms. 13, 15, 128 
Gordon, Isaac G., Grandview, Dak. 1880 
Gordon, M. Lafayette, A.B.'C. F.M. 202 
Gordon, Robert F., Neponset, Mass. 128 
Gorton, Philo, Newell, Io. 1862 

Gould, Edwin S., Providence, R. I. 1873 
Gould, George H., Worcester, Mass. 1862 
Gould, II. A., Hammond, Wis. 1868 

Gould, Mark, Worcester, Mass. 1851 

Gould, Samuel L., Bethel, Me. 1839 

Graham, Curtis, E. New York, N. Y. 169 
*Graham, R. W., Maiden, Mass. 1869 
Granger, Calvin, E. t'oultney, Vt. 190 
Granger, Charles, Clarence, 111. 1843 
Granger, John L., Milbank, Dak. 93 

Grannis, George H., Ypsilanti, Mich. 148 
*Grant, Benj F., Louisville, Kan. 116 
Grant, Henry M., Middlehoro, Mass. 134 
Grant, J. Barbour, Alabama Fur- 
nace, Ala. 78 
Grassie, Thomas G., Madison, Wis. 

51, 1863 
Graves, Alpheus, Glencoe, Minn 1841 
Graves, Charles F., Argentine, Kan. 113 
Graves, Joseph S., Niles, Mich. 1843 

Gray, David B., The Dalles, Or. 181 

Gray, John, Avoca, Io. 106 

Gray, Matthew S., Ontario, Mich. 1857 
Greeley, Edw. H., Concord, N. H.51, 1849 
Greeley, Frank N., New Haven, NY. 1877 
Greeley, Stephen S. N., Gilmanton, 

N. H. 162 

Greene, Caleb, Oakland City, Ind. 104, 5 
Greene, Daniel, Machias, Me. 123 

Greene, Daniel C, A. B. C. F. M. 202 
Greene, John M., Lowell, Mass. 133 

Greene, Joseph K., A. B. C. F. M. 203 
Green, Nelson, Detroit, Mich. 1858 

Greene, Richard G., Brick Church, 

N.J. 166 

Greene, Samuel, Houghton, W. T. 193 
Greene, William B.. Dighton, Mass. 130 
*Greenleaf, Joseph, New Canaan, Ct. 88 
Greenwood, William, Windsor, Vt. 192 
Gregg, Jas. B., Colorado Springs, Col. 83 
Gregory, Lewis, Lincoln, ISeb. 158 

Grice, Julius L., Meridian, Miss. 153 

Gridley, Albert L., Gilead, Me , 122, 164 
Griffin, Edward H., Prof., Williams- 
town, Mass. 1868 
Griffin, George H., Milford, Ct. 87 
Griffin, Henry L., Bangor, Me. 16, 120 
Griffin, John A., S. Danville, 111. 10U, 3 
Griffin, Perley M., E. Bridgewater,Ms.l '0 
*Griffith, George W., May wood, 111. 1882 
Griffith, Joseph, Sandy Creek, N. Y. 17 1,2 
Griffith, Tho. H., Churchville, N.Y. 168 
Griffith, Thos. M., Sharon, Pa. 
Griffiths, David R., Catasauqua, Pa. 182 
Griffiths, Evan T., Ashland, Pa. 13, 182 
Griffiths, Griffith, Alturas,. Cal. 80 



Griffiths, Griffith, Chicago, 111. 99 

Griffiths, Henry, Neligh, Neb. 157, 8, 9 
Griffiths, John A., Powell, Dak. 94 

Griffiths, John R,, Camroden.N. Y. 1854 
Griggs, Leverett S., Terryville, Ct. 89 
Grimes, Frank J., Bernardston, Ms. 128 
Grinnell, Josiah B., Grinnell, Io. 
Grinnell, S. S., Rockford, Io. Ill, 112 
Griswold, John B., Jewett City, Ct. 87 
Grosveuor, Charles P., Pomfret, Ct. 1834 
Grosveuor, Edwin A., 203 

Grosveuor, Mason, Englewood, N.J. 1831 
Grout, Alden, Springfield, Mass. 1834 
Grout, Henry M., Concord, Mass. 130 
Grout, Lewis, agent A. M. A., West 

Brattleboro', Vt. 1846 

Grout, Simeon N., Oxford, Neb. 158 

Grover, George W., Nasliua, N. H. 163 
*Grover, NahumW.,Colebrook, N.H. 161 
Grover, Rich B , Jamaica PL, Ms.15, 1868 
Crush, James W., Lockport, N. Y. 168 
Guild, Charles L., Charlemont, Ms. 1864 
Guild, Rufus B , Sterling, Kan 1 1 7 

Gulick, Hervey, Hancock, N. H. 162 

Gulick, John T., A. B. V. F. M. 202 
Gulick, Luther EL, Am. Bible Soc. 203 
Gulick, Oramel H , A. B. C. F. M. 203 
Gulick, Thomas L., Am. Bib. Soc. 203 
Gulick, William H., A. B. C. F. M. 203 
Gulliver, John P., Andover, Ms. 57, 1846 
Gunner, Byron, New Iberia, La. 12, 119 
Gunsaulus, Frank W., Newtonville, 

Mass. 135 

Gurney, John H., Dover, Dak. 92, 94 
Gutterson, George H ,A. B. C. F. M. 202 

Haarvig, John A., Lisbon, 111. 101 

Haddeu, Archibald, Minneapolis, 

Minn 151 

Hadley, And. J., Kalamo, Mich. 13,142,4 
Hadley, James B., Campton, N. H. 1837 
• 'Hadley, Willis A., Turner Junc- 
tion, 111. 103 
Haff, Stephen, Bay Shore, N. Y. 
Hagar, Chas. R., A. B. C. /•'. .1/. 202 
Hague, Wm. B., S. Bridgton, Me. 121 
Haigh, Geo. L., Wheaton, 111. 103 
Haigh, Jeffrey G., Park Ridge, 111. 102 
Haines, Thos" V., N. Hampton, N.H. 163 
Halbersleben, Henry C, Chicago, 111. 13 
Hale, John G., Lugonia, Cal. 81 
Hale, Lewis E., Bear Lake, Mich. 146 
Haley, Frank, Boscawen, N. H. 161 
Haley, John W., Amherst, Mass. 130 
Hall, Albert E., Chesterfield, N. II. 161 
Hall, Alexander, Harwinton, Ct. 86 
Hall, Alfred EL, Meriden, Ct. 87 
Hall, Chas. L., Fort Berthold, Dak. 1876 
Hall, E. Edwin, New Haven, Ct. 1843 
Hall, Elliot C, Jamestown, N. Y. 1866 
Hall, George E., Dover, N. H. 13, 161 
Hall, Heman B., Oberlin, O. 1851 



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239 



Hall, Isaac H., New Orleans, La. 119 
Hall, James, Waukesha, Wis. 1845 

Hall, Jeffries, Chesterfield, N. H. 1833 
*Hall, Martin S., Pecatouica, 111. 1871 
Hall, Richard, St. Paul, Minn. 1850 

Hall, Robert V., Newport, Vt. 1839 

Hall, Russell T., Mt. Vernon, 0. 178 
Halley, Eben, Binghamton, N. Y. 167 
Halliday, Joseph C, Somerset, Mass. 137 
Halliday, Samuel B., 77 Hicks st., 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 1863 

*Hallock, Jos. A., Stanton, Io. 1836 

Hallock, Leavitt H, Portland, Me. 124 
Hallock, Wm. A., Bloomfield, Ct. 84 
Hamilton, B. Frank., Roxbury, Ms. 128 
Hamilton, Henry H, Hinsdale, N. H. 162 
Hamilton, John A., 10 Cougl House, 

Boston, Mass. 47, 1861 

^Hamilton, Jos., Marblehead, Mass. 1880 
Hamlin, Chas. H, Easthampton, Ms. 130 
Hamlin, Chauncey L., Collinwood, 0. 1 76 
Hamlin, Cyrus, Pres., Middleburv, 

Vt. 1838 

Hamlin, Cyrus, Council Bluffs, Io. 107 
Hammond, Henrv L., 52 Throop st., 

Chicago, 111. ' 1841 

*IIammond, Joseph, Truro, Mass. 139 
Hammond, Wm. B., Rome, N. Y. 1844 
Hampton, Wm. S., Frauklin, Neb. 1877 
Hanaford, Howard A., Bedford, Ms. 127 
Haucock, Charles, Denmark, Io. 1861 
Hancock, Joseph J., Napoli, N. Y. 170 
Hand, LaRoy S., Ottumwa, Io. 108, 111 
Hauks, Stedman W., Sect. A. S. F. 

S., Cambridge, Mass. 1340 

Harbaugh, Hiram W.,St.Charles, 111. 103 
Harding, Charles, .4. B. C. F. M. 202 
Harding, Henrv F., Hallowell, Me. 124 
Harding, Jno. W., Longmeadow, Ms. 133 
Hardy, Daniel W., Searsport, Me. 124 
Hardy, Millard F., Whately, Mass. 140 
Hardy, Vitellus M., West Ran- 
dolph, Vt. 191 
Hargrave, John W., Aitkin, Minn. 149 
Harlow, Edwin A., Houlton, Me. 121, 122 
Harlow, Lincoln, Becket, Mass. 15, 127 
Harlow, Reubeu W., Paola, Kan. 116 
Harlow, Rufus K., Med way, Mass. 134 
Harmon, Elijah, Winchester, N. H. 165 
Harper, Aimer, Port Byron, 111. 100, 102 
Harper, Joel, Wichita, Kan . 114 
Harrah, Charles C, Galva, 111. 100 
Harriman, Nath. H, Bangor, Me. 13, 120 
Harrington, Chas. E., Dubuque, Io. 108 
Harrington, Eli W.,Pepperell, Mass.1837 
Harrington, Myron O., Mound City, 

Kan. 1 1 6 

Harris, Charles L., Jackson, Miss. 153 
Harris, D. Fisk, Syracuse, N. Y. 15, 173 
Harris, Geo., Andover, Mass. 57, 1869 
Harris, James W., Albany, Or. 181 

Harris, John L., Quincy, Mass. 136 



Harris, Leonard W., Lunenburg, Vt. 190 
Harris, Milus, Tecumseh, Ala. 13 

Harris, Samuel, New Haven, Ct.65,1841 
Harris, Sheldon A., Beecher, 111. 98 

Harrison, Chas. S., Franklin, Neb. 157 
Harrison, George J., Milton, Ct. 87 

Harrison, Henry S., York, Neb. 12, 159 
Harrison, Marvin B., Scribner, Neb. 159 
Harrison, Phares, Seattle, W. T. 1862 
Harrison, Samuel, Pittsfield, Mass. 136 
*Harrison, Wm. G., Spring Green, 

Wis. 1869 

Hart, Burdett, New Haven, Ct. 88 

*Hart, Edwin J., Cottage Grove, 

Minn. 1856 

Hart, Hastings H., St. Paul, Minn. 1881 
Hart, Henry B., Brooksville, Me. 1869 
Hart, Henry E., Frauklin, Ct. 86 

Hart, Ichabod A., Wheaton, 111. 1830 
Hart, Walter O., Wheaton, 111. 1879 

Hart, Wm. D., Little Compton, R. I. 184 
* Hartley, Chas., Huntley, 111. 100 

Hartranft, Chester D., Hartford, 

Ct. 61, 1864 

*Hartshome, Jos. W., Colebrook, Ct. 85 
Hartshorne, Vaola J., Plympton, Ms. 136 
Hartwell, Chas., A. B. V. F. M. 202 
*Hartwell, Minot S., Woonsoeket, 

R. I. 185 

Harvev, Chas. A., Washington, D.C.I 861 
Harvey, Edward H., Holley,Mich. 1872 
Harve) r , Jasper P., S. Glastonbury, Ct. 86 
Harvey, William F., Galtville, Io. 108 
Harvey, W. Nye, New York, N. Y. 1853 
Harwood, Chas. E., Fairfield, Neb. 157 
Harwood Jas. H, N. Springfield, Mo.1863 
Haskell, Ezra, Walla Walla, W. T. 194 
Haskell, Henry C, Harmar, O. 177 

Haskell, John, Billerica, Mass. 1S50 

*Haskell, Thomas N., Denver, Col. 1855 
Haskell, Wm. H., W. Falmouth, Me. 122 
Haskins, Benjamin F., Galva, Kan. 114, 5 
Haskins, Robert W., Abiugton, Ms. 127 
Hassell, Richard, Fairfax, Io. 108 

Hatch, Azel, Tougaloo, Miss. 
Hatch, Elias W.,E. Berkshire, Vt.188, 90 
Hatch, Franklin S., Hartford, Ct. 1876 
Hatch, Reuben, Oberlin, O. 1850 

Hathaway, Daniel E., Sidney, N. Y. 172 
Hathaway, Geo. W., Los Angeles, 

Cal. 1833 

Hathaway, Warren, Washington- 

ville, N. Y. 167 

Haughton, Wm., Viroqua, Wis. 196, 9 
Haven, John, Charlton, Mass. 1836 

Hawes, Chas. T., Searsport, Me. 13, 124 
Hawes, Edward, New Haven, Ct. 15 

Hawes, James B., Madison, Me. 123 

Hawes, Josiah T., Litchfield Corner, 

Me. 123 

Hawkes.Winfield S., S. Hadley Falls, 

Mass. 138 



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Hawks, Theron H., Springfield, Ms. 1855 
Hawks, Winthrop B., Northampton, 

Mass. 1883 

*Hawley, C. W., Prof., Nashville, 

Tenn. 1861 

Hawley, John P., Stafford Springs, Ct. 90 
Hayden, Fred. S., St. Joseph, Mo. 154 
Haydu, Hiram C, Cleveland, 0. 1862 
Hayes, James, Cardonia, Ind. 1879 

Hayes, Stephen H., Boston, Mass. 1844 
Haynes, Edward C, Nepaug, Ct. 88 

Haynes, William, Twinsburg, 0. 180 
Hay ward ,Jno.,New Richland, Minn. 150, 1 
Hayward, Silvanus, p. Union Ch., 

Globe Village, Mass. 1861 

Hazeltiiie, Edwin A., Ft. Wayne, Ind. 105 
*Hazeltiue, Henry M, Monroe, Ct. 87 
Hazen, Allen, Deerfield, Mass. 130 

Hazen, Austin, Richmond, Vt. 191 

Hazen, Azel W., Middletown, Ct. 87 
Hazen, Henry A., Auburndale, Ms. 1858 
Hazen, Timothy A., Lee, Mass. 138 

Hazen, William S., Northfield, Vt. 190 
Headen, And. J., Birmingham, Ala. 78 
Headley, Ivory II. B., Dover, Mass. 1877 
Headley, Phiueas C, Dover, Mass. 130 
Heald, Josiah H,Benningtou,N.H.l3,161 
Heath, Albert H., New Bedford, Ms. 135 
Heatou, Isaac E., Fremont, Neb. 1837 
Hebard, Frederick, N. Y. 1849 

Helms, Reuben E., Peterson, Io. 

13, 109, 112 
Helms, Stephen D., Highland, Io. 1848 
Hemeuway, Asa, Manchester, Vt. 1839 
Henderson, David, Worthington, 

Minn. 152 

*Henderson, J. H. D., Eugene City, 

Or. 1838 

Henry, ffm. D., Cambridgeboro, Pa. 1 82 
Henshaw, George, Middleport,0. 179, 180 
Hep worth, George H., 531 5th ave., 

New York, 166 

Herbert, Charles D.,W. Newbury, Ms. 139 
*Herbert, E., Mattawan, Mich. 12, 145 
Herr, Horace D , Chapman, Kan. 114, 5 
Herrick, Edw. E., Chelsea, Vt. 188, 91 
Herrick, Edward P., Sherman, Ct. 89 
Herrick, George F., A. B. C. F. M. 203 
Herrick, Henry, No. Woodstock, Ct. 1830 
Herrick, Horace, Felchville, Vt. 1844 
Herrick, James, A. B. < '. F. M. 202 

Herrick, John R., Hartford, Ct. 1854 
Herrick, Rob. P., Montevideo, Minn. 151 
Herrick, Samuel E., Boston, Mass. 128 
Herrick, Stephen L., Griunell, Io. 
*Herriek, Wm. T., Elizabethtown, 

N. Y. 1851 

Herrou, George D., Atlanta, Ga. 13 

Hershey, Simon B., Ashtabula, O. 175 
Hess, Henry, Fort Atkinson, Io. 108, 111 
Hetrick, And. J., Kansas City, Mo. 1865 
Hetzler, Henry, Scotland, Dak. 93, 94 



Heustis, Charles H, DeWitt, Neb. 

13, 16, 156, 7 
Hey wood, Thomas, Elizabeth, N. J. 165 
Hibbard, Augustine G., Stanton, 

Mich. 147 

Hibbard, Charles, York, Neb. 1869 

Hibbard, David S., Limington, Me. 123 
Hibbard, Rufus P., 177 So. 9th St., 

Brooklyn, N. Y. [Ct.] 168 

*Hick, George H., New York, N. Y. 1871 
Hickmott, John V., St. Joseph, Mich. 147 
[Hickok, Henry P., deceased. 23 

Hickok, Laurens P., Amherst, Mass. 1824 
Hicks, George H, Mousey, N. Y. 170 
Hicks, Lewis W., Wethersfield, Ct. 91 
*Hicks, Richard, Oberliu, O. 179 

Hicks, William C, Union, Io. 1871 

Hicks, William H, Denver, Col. 83 

Higgins, Lucius II., Mt. Carmel, Ct. 86 
Higgins, Robert M., Calumet, Mich. 142 
Higley, Henry M., Salamanca, N. Y. 172 
Higley, Henry P., Beloit, Wis. 195 

Hill, Calvin G., Milton, Mass. 134 

Hill, Charles J., New York, N. Y. 1857 
Hill, C. Roland, Alcester, Dak. 92, 93 
Hill, Charles YV., San Jose, Cal. 82 

Hill, Dexter 1), Elgin, 111. 99 

Hill, Emmett C. W., Neb. City, Neb. 

156, 9 
Hill, Eben L., Neponset, 111. 101 

Hill, Edwin S., Atlantic, Io. 106 

Hill, George, Ebeusburg, Pa. 182 

Hill, George E., Pittsfield, N. H. 164 
Hill, James L., Lynn, Mass. ■ 133 

Hill, J. Lawrence, New Sharon, Me. 

122, 3 
Hillard, Elias B., Plymouth, Ct. 89 

Hills, Aaron M., Allegheny, Pa. 15, 182 
*Hills, James D., Hollis, N. H. 1844 

Hills, William S., Verdon, Neb. 159 

Hillson, Thomas E., Flatonia, Tex. 186 
Hilton, John V., Denver, Col. 1860 

Hincks, Edw. Y., Audover, Ms. 57, 1870 
Hincks, John II. , Montpelier, Vt. 190 
Hindley, Geo., Weeping Water, Neb. 159 
Hine, Orlo D., Lebanon, Ct. 87 

Hine, Sylvester, Hartford, Ct. 1848 

Hinman, Chester H, Clear Lake, 

Wis. 1869 

Hird, John W., No. Brookfield, Mass. 135 
Hitchcock, Abraham F., Suisun, Cal. 82 
Hitchcock, Alvirus M., Chicago, 111. 1877 
*Hitchcock, Henry C, Somerville, 

Mass. 13, 137 

Hitchcock, Milan H., Hubbardston, 

Ms. 132 

Hobart, L. Smith, Springfield, Ms. 1841 
Hobbs, William A., Waverley, 111. 103 
Hoddle, Henry, Garfield, Kan. 113 

Hodges, Alpheus C, E. Charlemont, 

Mass. 115, 129 

Hodgman, Edwin R.,Townsend, Ms. 1849 



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241 



Hoffman, Elisha A., Cleveland, 0. 176, 8 
Hoffman, John H., Shelburne Falls, 

Ms. 1 5 

Hogbin, Alfred C, Sabetha, Kan. 117 
Hoisington, Henry R., Coventry, Ct. 85 
Holbrook, Amos,*Windliam, Vt. 192 
Holbrook, Chas W., A. B. C. F. M. 202 
Holhrook, David F., Geneva, Wis. 197 
Holbrook, John C, Oakland, Cal. 1842 
*Holcombe, Gilbert T.,Glenwood, Io 109 
*Holden, Geo., Lamberton, Minn. 1880 
Holiday, Henrv M., Olivet, Mich. 1866 
Holle}% Piatt f ., Bridgeport, Ct. 1832 
Holman, Edwin C, Little River, Ct. 1858 
Holman, Morris, Antrim, N. H. 1845 
Holman, William H., Southport, Ct. 85 
Holmes, Henry M , Orleans, Mass. 136 
Holmes, James, Bennington, N. H. 1842 
Holmes, Otis, Lake Grove, N. Y. 171 
Holmes, Theodore J., Newton Cen- 
tre, Mass. 135 
*Holmes, Thomas, Chelsea, Mich. 

142, 1844 
Holp, Philip E., Sioux Falls, Dak. 94 
Holt, Marquis L., Neligh, Neb. 1880 

Holvoke, Chas. G., Edgeoomb, Me. 121 
Holyoke, William E., Ashton, 111. 1851 
Honey, George W., Lathrop, Mo. 154 
Hood, Edward C, W. Medford, Ms. 134 
Hood, Geo. A., Minneapolis, Minn. 

15, 151 
Hood, Jacob, Lvnnfield Centre, Ms. 1859 
Hooker, Rdw. P., Winter Park. Fla. 96 
Hooker, Edw.T., Charleston, S. C. 185 
Hopkins, Fred'k E., Bridgeport, Ct. 13 
Hopkins, Henry, 914 Holmes st., 

Kansas City, Mo. 154 

Hopkins, Mark, Williamstown, Ms. 140 
Hopkinson, Benjamin A , Lyme, Ct. 87 
Hopley, Samuel, Otis, Mass. 136 

Hoppin, James M., Prof., New 

Haven, Ct. 1850 

Home, John F., Viroqua, Wis. 199 

Horner, John W , Lake City, Minn. 150 
*Hosford, Henry B., Prof., Hudson, 

O. 1850 

Hosford, Oramel, Prof., Olivet, Mich. 

1858 
Hoskins, Emanuel, Paradise, Cal. 81 
Hosmer, Samuel D., Auburn, Mass. 127 
Hough, Jesse W., Jackson, Mich. 144 
Hough, Joel J., Antwerp, N. Y. 167 

Houghawout, F. S., Junction City, 

Kan. 
[Houghton, Amasa H., deceased. 23 

Hoiurhton, Chas. E., Washington, 

N. H. 185 

Houghton, E. S . Wilton, Io. 
Houghton, John C, Interlachen, Fla. 96 
Houghton, William A., Berlin, Ms. 1843 
House, J. Henry, A. B. C. F. M. 203 
House, William, Barrington, R. I. 184 
16 



Houston, Alb't S., Kohala. Hawaii, 1882 
Houston, Hiram, Wells, Me. 125 

Hovenden, Robert, Pontiac, Mich. 1860 
Hovey, Horace C, Minneapolis, 

Minn. 150 

Howard, Edward, Gasport, N. Y. 169 
Howard, Henrv O, Roxburv, Vt. 191 
Howard, Hiram L., Rock Creek, 0. 179 
Howard, Martin S., Wilbraham, Ms. 140 
Howard, Rowland B.. Sect. Ant. 

Peace Soc, W. Medford, Ms. 137 

Howard, William, Lebanon, Ct. 90 

Howe, E. Frank, Peoria, 111. 102 

Howe, Geo. M.. Lewiston, Me. 13, 15, 123 
Howe, Sam'1 H, Norwich, Ct. 89 

Howell, John, Bevier, Mo. 
Howells, Anthony H.,Audenried,Pa. 182 
Howells, William H, Minooka, Pa. 171 
Howland, John, .4. B. C. F.M. 203 

Howland, Sam'l W., A. B. C. F. .1/. 202 
Howland, Wm. S., A. B. C. F. M. 202 
Howland, Wm. W., A. B. C. F. M. 202 
Hovt, Frederic V., Chenev, W. T. 193 
Ho'yt, Henrv N., Chailes City, Io. 107 
Hovt, Hiram L., Phoenix, N. Y. 16, 171 
Hoyt, James P., Newtown, Ct. 88 

Hovt, James S., Keokuk. Io. 109 
Hubbard, Chas. L., W. Boxford, Ms. 129 
Hubbard, David B., Canton Ceutre.Ct. 84 
Hubbard, Geonre B., Nora, 111. 101 

Hubbard, Geo. H , A. B. C. F. M. 13, 202 
Hubbard, George H., Roodhouse, 111. 

13, 16, 102 
Hubbard, Horace L., Centre Lisle, 

N. Y. 1877 

Hubbard, Thos. S., Rochester, Vt. 191 
Hubbard, Wm B., Chamberlain, Dak. 92 
Hubbard, Wm. II., Concord, N. H. 191 
Hubbell, Henrv L., Jamestown, N. Y. 170 
Hubbell. James W., Danbury, Ct. 85 
[Hubbell, Stephen, deceased. 24 

Hudson, Alfred S., Ayer, Mass. 127 

Hudson, Henry B., Suspension Bridge, 

N. Y. " 173 

*Hughes, B. Morlais, New Castle, 

W. T. 1872 

Hughes, David, Norton ville, Cal. 81 

Hughes, David E., Coaldale, Pa. 182 
Hughes, Edward R., Nauticoke, Pa. 183 
Hughes E. P., Harpersfield, N. Y. 12, 169 
Hughes, Isaac C, Doniphan, Neb. 157, 9 
*Hnghes, Morien M., Vaughnsville, 

0. 1883 

Hughes,R.W..Des Moines, la. 109, 11, 2 
Hughson, Simeon S., Jersey City, 

N.J. 166 

Hulbert, Calvin B., Lyndonville, Vt. 

188, 90 
Hull, Irvine T., Cameron, Mo. 154 

Hull, Jacob S., St. Cloud, Minn. 1878 
Hull, John H., Ashtabula Harbor, 0. 175 
Hull, Lyman, Mt. Hope, Kan. 115, 117 



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[1885. 



Hullinger, Frank W., Milton, Wis. 109 
Hume, Edward S., A. B. C. F. M. 202 
Hume, Robert A., A. B. C. F. M. 202 
Humphrey, Chester C, Waucoma, 

Io. 109,112 

Humphrey, John F., Drifton, Pa. 182 
Humj)hrey, Jno. P., Winchendon.Ms. 140 
*Humphrey, Rob't, Oberlin, O. 180 

Humphrey, Simon J., 112 West 

Washington St., Chicago, 111. 45, 1854 
Humphreys, Thomas A., Cawker 

City, Kan. 114 

*IIungerford, Edw., Adams, Ms. 127 
Hunt, Eugene F., Hamilton, Minn, 13, 16 
Hunt, Henry W., Orange, Ct. 13, 89 

Hunt, Nehemiah A., Northfield, 

Minn. 1846 

Hunt, Ozro N.,Cedar Springs, Mich 1878 
Hunt, Theodore C, Prescott, Ariz. 79 
Hunt, Ward I., Columbus, Mich. 142 
Hunter, Geo. F.,Elkhoru, Wis. 13, 16, 196 
Hunter, Pleasant, Palmer, Mass. 136 
Hunting, Bruce S., Berea, Ky. 118 

Huntington, Chas. A., Eureka, Cal 80 
Huntington, Charles W., Provi- 
dence, R. I. 184 
*Huntington, Frederick S., Worth- 

ington, Mass. 140 

Huntington, George, Prof., North- 
field, Minn. 1864 
Huntington, Henry S , Gorham, Me. 122 
Huntress, Edw. S., Mt. Dora, Fla. 1869 
Hurd, Albert C, Killinglv, Ct. 87 
Hurd, Alva A., Darlington, Wis. 196 
Hurd, E. L., Carliuville, 111 1852 
Hurd, Favette, Grand Blanc, Mich. 143 
Hurd, Ph'ilo R., Detroit, Mich. 1840 
Hurlbnt, Henry C , Hudson ville, Mch. 144 
Hnrlbut, John" E., Mittiueasjue, Ms. 139 
Hurlbut, Thad B. Upper Alton, 111. 1834 
Huson, John T., Breckenridge, Mo. 
Husted, Joliu T., Lowell, Mich. 145 
Hutchius, Chas. J. .San Francisco, Cal. 81 
Huichins, Henry L., N. Chelmsford, 

Mass. 129 

Hutchins,Rbt. G , Minneapolis, Minn. 150 
Hutch ins, Win. T., W. Torrington, Ct. 90 
Hutchinson, Henrv H.. Auburn, Me 1869 
*Hutchinsou, J. P., DeKalb, 111. 1874 
Hvde, Azariah, Galesburg, 111. 1846 

Hyde, Chas. M., A B. C. F. M. 203 
Hvde, Harvey, Cincinnati, O. 1839 

Hvde, Henrv, Berlin, Mass. 128 

Hvde, James T., 628 Washington 

Bd., Chicago, 111. _ 1853 

Hvde, Nathaniel A., Indianapolis, 

Ind. 105 

Hvde, Wm. A., Sherman, Tex. 13, 187 
Hyde, William D., Paterson, N. J. 166 

Ide, Alexis W.,WestMedway, Mass. 1859 
Ide, George H., Milwaukee* Wis. 198 



Ide, Jacob, Mansfield, Mass. 134 

*Ijams, William E., Iowa City, Io. 1874 
Ilsley, Horatio, South Freeport, Me 1837 
Imes, Benjamin A., Memphis, Tenn. 186 
Ingalls, Edmoud C, Saco, Me. 

15. 16, 124 
Ingalls, Francis T., Emporia, Kan. 

15, 115 
Ingersoll, Edward P., 485 Greene 

ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. 168 

Ingersoll, Edward P.,Rosevale, Kan. 1863 
Ingersoll, Wm. II., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

12, 168 
Ireland, William, A. B. C. F. M. 202 
Isham, Austin, New Preston, Ct. 90 

Isham, Joseph H.,New York, N. Y. 1878 
Ives, Alfred E., Castine, Me. 1838 

Ives, Joel S., Stratford, Ct. 90 

*Ives, Joseph B., Douglas, Kan. 1877 

Jackson, D. B., Emerald Grove,Wis. 

196, 7 
Jackson, Geo. A , Swampscott, Ms. 138 
Jackson, James T, Cornish, N. H. 161 
Jackson, Win. C, Brentwood, N. H. 1835 
J agger, Edwin L., Northampton, Ms. 1862 
James, Horace P., Corinth, Vt. 188 

James, Nathan B., Byron, Ga. 1870 

James, William, Woodhaven, N. Y. 173 
James, Wm. A., Minneapolis, Minn. 1867 
Jameson, Ephr. 0., E. Medway, Ms. 134 
Jameson, G. A., Dwight, 111 ls77 

Jameson, James, Magnolia, Wis. 1841 
Jamison, Robert W., Cromwell, Io. 108 
Janes, Elijah, < >akland, Cal. 1874 

Janes, Frederick, 70 W. 35th St., 

New York, N. Y. 1837 

Jefferies, John, White Cloud, Mich. 148 
Jenkins, David, Wauwatosa, Wis. 1876 
Jenkins, David T., Carbondale, Penn. 

13, 16, 182 
*Jenkins, Frank E.,S.Coventry, Ct.16, 85 
Jenkins, John J., Palmyra, O. 179 

* Jenkins, Jonathan L.,Pittsfield, Ms. 136 
Jenkins, Josiah H., Toledo, O. 180 
Jenkins, Owen, Moira, N. Y. 170 
Jenkins, Rich. W.,Gardiner, Me. 122, 4 
Jenkins, Thomas, Waterville, N. Y. 
[Jenkins, Wm., deceased. 24 

* Jenkins, Wm. M., Elk River, Minn. 149 
Jenkinson, Henry S.,Metami>ra,Mch. 145 
Jenkyns, Ebenezer K., Eastport Me. 121 
Jenness, Geo. 0., Attleboro Falls, Ms. 127 
Jenney, E. Winthrop, A. B. C. F. M. 203 
Jennings, Isaac, Bennington, Vt. 187 
Jennings, William J., Redding, Ct. 89 
Jerkins, Michael, Beaufort, N. C. 174 
Jerome, Theodore C, Gorham, N. H. 

162, 4 
Jessup, Lewis, New Haven, N. Y. 171 
Jesup, Henry G., Prof., Hanover, N. H. 

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Jewell, Geo C, Black Creek, N. Y. 167 
Jewell, J. Spencer,Alexandria, Minn. 149 
Jewett, Geo. B., Prof., Salem, Ms. 1855 
Jewett, Henrv E., Oakland, Cal. 1870 
Jewett, John E. B., Dudley, N. C. 174 
Jewett, Spofford I)., Middlefield, Ct. 1830 
Johnson, Albion H., Roslindale, Ms. 132 
Johnson, Alfred P., Platteville, Wis. 198 
Johnson, Charles C, Candor, N. Y. 168 
Johnson, Francis H., Andover, Ms. 1861 
Johnson, Frank A., Chester, N. J. 165 
* Johnson, George, Bangor, Minn. 1872 
Johnson, George H., Amherst, Mass. 127 
Johnson, Gideon S., Stillman Valley, 

111. 1841 

Johnson, Hiram E., Chepachet, R. I. 184 
Johnson, James G., Rutland, Vt. 191 
*Johnson, J. Wesley, De Soto, Mo. 153 
Johnson, Samuel, Dauby, N. Y. 168 

Johnson, Wilbur, Medfield, Mass. 14, 134 
Jolinston, John. East Ashford, N. Y. 169 
Johnston, John B., Cincinnati, O. 176 
Johnston, Thomas O., Memphis, Mo. 

12, 154 
Jones, Albert N., Phipsburg, Me. 124 
Jones, Alfred, Childersburg, Ala. 1878 
Jones, Amos, Wyandotte, Kan. 118 

Jones, Benjamin, Gianville, 0. 1856 

Jones, Cadwallader D., Waukesha, 

Wis. 1882 

Jones, Charles, N. Abington, Ms. 1835 
Jones, Charles W., Cleveland, O. 1845 
Jones, Clinton M., Eastford, Ct. 85 

Jones, David, ltichvi 1 '- N. Y. 1840 

Jones, David, Edeu Park, Cincin- 
nati,*). 176 
Jones, David D., Balaton, Minn. 
Jones, David E., Roxbury, Ct. 89 
Jones, David J., Wanamie, Penn. 183 
Jones, David P., Morris Run, Pa. 182, 183 
Jones, 1) S , Clintonville, Wis. 196 
Jones, I). Sebastian, Lucas. 0. 13, 178, 80 
Jones, David T., Arvonia, Kan. 
Jones, Edward I., Newark, 0. 178 
Jones, Edward W., Johnstown, Pa. 182 
Jones, Enoch, Milwaukee, Wis. 1869 
Jones, F. P., Dubuque, lo. 
Jones, Eranklin C, Mauitou, Col. 1863 
*Jones, G. James, Marysville, O. 13, 178 
[Jones, George M., deceased. 24 
Jones, Griffith, Nelson, X. Y. 170 
Jones, Gustavus W., Searboro', Me. 124 
*Jones, Hampden B., England, 1882, 15 
Jones, Harvey, Pleasant Prairie, 

Kan. 1855 

Jones, Henry W., St. Johnsbury, Vt. 191 
Jones, Homer, Lake Peigneur, La. 119 
Jones, Ira B., Lowell, Mich. 1860 

Jones, Ivan M., Givin, Iowa. 106, 109 
Jones, James V., Bevier, Mo. 153 

Jones, Jerome D., Crete, Neb. 1862 

Jones, Jesse H., N. Abington, Ms. 127 



Jones, John, Columbus, 0. 15, 1841 

Jones, John, West Branch, Mich. 148 
Jones, John A., South Vallejo, Cal. 80, 82 
Jones, John E., Columbus City, lo. 107 
Jones, John H., Delaware, 0. 176 

Jones, John K., Napoleonville, La. 119 
Jones, John L., colp., Ceres, Cal. 1872 
Jones, John P., A. B. V. F. M. 202 

*Jones, Jonathan, Wyoming, Wis. 
Jones, Lemuel, Wellesley Hills, Ms. 1865 
Jones, Morgan P., Almont, Mich. 141 
*Jones, Newton I., Boston, Mass. 1875 
Jones, Reese S., Providence, Pa. 13, 183 
*Jones, Rhys G., Utica, N. Y. 173 

Jones, Richard M., Gomer, 0. 177 

Jones, Samuel, Red Oak, lo 
Jones, Thomas, Detroit, Mich. 1837 

Jones, Thomas G., Madison, Kan. 1867 
Jones, Thomas R., Windham, 0. 180 
Jones, Thomas W., Saratoga Springs, 

N. Y. 172 

Jones, Timothy, Springwater, Wis. 195, 8 
Jones, Win., Nunica, Mich. 143, 145 

Jones, William, Berlin He : ghts, (). 175 
Jones, Wm. C, Freedom, Me. 13, 122 
Jones, William L., Cloverdale, Cal. 80 
Jordan, Ebenezer S., Brownfield, Me. 121 
Jordan, William V., Saco, Me. 1836 

Jordan, Wm. W., Falls Church, Va. 

13, 193 
Jorden, Frank F.,W.Torrington,Ct. 1880 
Jose, Emanuel, Scotland, Dak. 93, 94 
Jovslin, Wm R., Rochester, Ms. 371 

Juchau, George, Arlington Heights, 

Mass. 1869 

Jndeisch, Fred'k W., Davenport, lo. 108 
Julien. Matthew C.NewBedford, Ms. 153 
June, Frank S., Corning, lo. 13, 107 

Kaley, John A., Carev, 0. [Mich ] 1876 
Karr, William S , Hartford, Ct. 61, 1854 
Kasson, Frank H , Tewksbury, Ms. 138 
Kaye, A. Cato, Arcade, N. Y. 167 

Kaye, John B , Custer, Mich. 142, 147 
Keam, Samuel R., Caddo, I. T. 106 

Keavs, Chas. H., Grand Haven, Mich. 143 
Kedzie, Adam S., Ed., Grand Haven, 

Mich. 1845 

Keeler, Seneca M., So. Britain, Ct. 13,89^' 
Keeler, Seth H., Somerville, Mass. 1829 
Keen, Lyman S., Plaiufield, 111. 102 

[Keep, John R., deceased. 24 

Keep, Marcus R., Dalton, Me. 1847 

Keep, Theodore J., Oherlin, 0. 1836 

*Keiry, Wm., Morton, 111. 1867 

Keith, Adelbert F., Providence, R. I. 185 
Kelley, George W., Lyndon, Vt. 190 

Kelley, Newton B., Brainerd, Minn. 

13, 149 
Kellogg, Chas. C, Oberlin, 0. 1877 

Kellogg, Elijah, Topsham, Me. 125 

Kellogg, Geo. N., Boulder, Col. 83 



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[1885. 



*Kellogg, H. Martin, Sound Beach, 

Ct. 86 

Kellogg, Jos. A., Duke Centre, Pa. 1878 
Kellogg, Martin, Prof., Berkeley, 

Cal. " 1855 

Kellogg, Sylvanus H., Swansea, 

Minn. 151 

Kellogg, Wilfred M, Wolsey, Dak. 
Kelsey, Edward D., Almont* Mich. 1881 
Kelsey, Francis D., New Gloucester, 

Me. 123 

Kelsey, Henry H., W.Wiustpd, Ct. 1.3, 91 
Kelsey, Henry S., Geneva, N. Y. 1863 
Kelsey, Hiram L., Suffield, Ct. 90 

Kelsey, Joel D., Humboldt, Neb. 
Kelsey, Lysander, Maybee, Mich. 141 
*Kemp, Geo. S., Douglas, Mass. 1856 
Kendall, Henry A., East Concord, 

N. H. 1840 

Kendal], Robert R.,Boxford, Mass.l 2,129 
Kendall, Sylvanus C, Ellington, Ct. 85 
Kent, Cephas H., New Haven, Vt. 1828 
Kent, Evarts, Atlanta, Ga. [111.] 97 

Kent, Thomas, Creighton, Neb. 157 

Kenyon, Fergus L., Iowa City, Io. 109 
*Kern, Andrew, Friend, Neb. 1871 

Kerr, Robert, Wakefield, Kan. 116 

Kershaw, John, Bound Brook, N. J. 165 
Ketcham, Henry, Menomouee, Wis. 197 
Keyes, Russell M., Ludington, Mich. 145 
Keyser, Calvin, Wollaston, Mass. 1875 
Kidder, Alberoni, Eau Claire, Wis. 1849 
Kidder, James, Norfolk, Neb. 1858 

Kidder, John S., Hopkins, Mich. 1843 
Kidder, Josiah, Springfield, Minn. 151 
Kidder, Samuel T., Wmnetka, 111. 104 
Kilbon, Chas. W., A. B. C. F. M. 202 
Kilbourn, James K., Genesee, Wis. 197 
Killip, Robert, Muscotah, Kan. 116 
Kilmer, Chas. H., Maine, N. Y., 13, 170 
*Kimball, Chas. C, Bennington, Vt. 

13, 187 
Kimball, Edward P., Miles, Io. 1878 

Kimball, F. M., Monticello, Io. 
Kimball, Henry S., Dayville.Ct. 16, 87 
Kimball, John, Ed., 7 Montgomery 

ave., San Francisco, Cal. 1861 

Kincaid, Wm., Oswego, N. Y. 171 

King, Henry D., Kinsman, O. 1856 

*King, Jas." B , Sandwich, Ms. 13, 137 
King, John C, Silver Creek, Neb. 
King, Rufus, Lowell, Vt. 189, 192 

King, Walter D., Bridgeport, Mch. 142, 5 
Kingman, Matthew, Amherst, Ms. 1845 
Kingsbury, Charles A., West Win- 
field, N. Y. 173 
Kingsbury, John D., Bradford, Mass. 129 
Kingsbury, Josiah W.,Deertield,N.H.161 
Kingsbury, Lucius, Canton, Dak. 92 
Kinmouth, Albert E., Pulaski, N. Y. 172 
*Kinne, Thomas C, Little Falls, 
Minn. 1875 



*Kinney, Henry N.,Winsted, Ct. 15, 1882 
Kinzer, Addison D., Hampton, Io. 107, 9 
Kirbv, John, Stockton, Cal. 82 

Kirkland, Alexander H., Minneap- 
olis, Minn. 1878 
Kirkland. Elias E.,Northport, Mich. 1846 
Kitchel, Cornelius L , Altoona, Pa. 1870 
Kitchel, Harvey IX, E. Liverpool, 0. 1839 
Kloss, Daniel, Highland, Kan. 115 
Knapp, George C, A. B. V. F. M. 205 
Knapp, Herman W., Carthage, Dak. 92 
Knight, Edward H., West Spring- 
field, Mass. 139 
Knight, Elbridge, F'rt Fairfield, Me. 1843 
Knight, Horace B..Kahoka, Mo. 153, 154 
Knight, Merrick, East Hartland, Ct. 86 
Knight, Plutarch S., Salem, Or. 1867 
Knight, Richard, Southwick, Mass. 1837 
Knight, Whitman II., Kineo, Kan. 1881 
Knodell. James R., Waterloo, Io. 55, 110 
Knouse, Wm. H, Deep River, Ct. 89 
Knowles, David, Greenwood, Neb. 1846 
Knowlton, Francis B., Athol, Ms. 1865 
Knowlton, Stephen, Greensboro, Vt. 189 
Knox, William J., Knoxboro, N. Y. 1862 
*Kopf, John H, Gilead, Ct. 87 
Kribs, Ludwig, Hawley, Minn. 1843 
Kyte, Joseph, Brimfield, Ms. 129 

La Bach, James M., Geneva, O. 177 

Labaree, Benj., Ooroomiah, 205 

Labaree, John C, Randolph, Ms. 137 
Ladd, Alden, Berlin, Vt. 188 

Ladd, George T.,New Haven, Ct. 65, 1870 
Ladd, Henry M., Cleveland, O. 176 

Ladd, Horatio O., Fres., Santa Fe', 

N. M. 1865 

Laird, James H., Hinsdale, Mass. 132 
Lake, Lot, Scran ton, Pa. 182 

Lamb, Geo. C, Marshalltown, Io. 110 
Lamb, Samuel G., Milford, Neb. 158 
Lamb, Wm. A.,Watertown, Mass. 13, 135 
Lambert, A.Boardman, Rupert, Vt. 1837 
Lamprey, Henry P., Concord, N. H. 1867 
Lamson, Chas. M., Worcester, Mass. 140 

Landon, George M., , Wis. 1868 

Lane, Bradford B., Highland, Io. 1869 
Lane, Charles S., Unionville, Ct. 13, 86 
Lane, Daniel, Freeport, Me. 1843 

Lane, James P., Norton, Mass. 136 

Lane, John W., North Hadley, Ms. 132 
Lane, Larmon B , St. Charles, 111. 1848 
Lane, Nathan W., Lodi, Cal. 80, 81 

Lane, Saurin E., S. Framingham, 

Mass. 1845 

Langley, Henry C, Susanville, Cal. 81, 82 
Langworthy, Isaac P., Boston, Mass. 

49, 1841 
Lanphear, Nath'l D., Orion, Mich. 146 
Lanphear, Orpheus T., Beverly, 

Mass. 1849 

Lansing, R. C, Hardwick, Mass. 132 



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245 



*Larry, John H., Providence, R. I. 185 
Lathe', Herbert W., Northampton, 

Mass. 135 

Lathrop, Alfred C, Glenwood, Miun.1843 
Lathrop, Stanley E., Macon, Ga. 
Laurie, Thomas, Providence, R. I. 185 
Lawrence, Amos E., Newton Centre, 

Mass. 1848 

Lawrence.Edw.A., Syracuse, N.Y.12, 173 
Lawrence, John, Cambridge, Mass. 1848 
Lawrence, Robt. F., Maiden, Mass. 1834 
Lawson. Francis, Clay, Io. 107 

Leach, Cephas A., Aurora, Mo. 1853 

Leach, Giles, Meredith, N. H. 1833 

Leach, Joseph A., Keene, N. H. 1864 
Learned, Dwight W., A. B.C. F. M. 204 
Leavell, Win. Hayne, Brighton, Ms. 128 
Leavitt, Burke F., 409 Orchard st., 

Chicago, 111. 99 

Leavitt,Geo. R., Cambridgeport.Ms. 129 
Leavitt, Horace H.,N. Andover, Ms. 135 
Leavitt, John G., Webster, Mass. 139 
Leavitt, Win,, Ashland, Neb. 156,158 
*Leavitt, Wm. S., New York, N. Y.1845 
Le Bosquet, John, Southville, Mass 138 
*Lee, Albert, Malta, 111. 1876 

Lee, Don-all, Sue:ar Grove, Pa. 12, 182 
Lee, Frank T., Whitewater, Wis. 15,200 
Lee, George H., Portland, Or. 181 

Lee, Lucius O., A. B. C. F. M. 205 

Lee, Samuel H., Brattleboro', Vt. 188 
Lee, Timothy J., Winsted, Ct. 1879 

Leeds, Samuel P., Hanover. N. H. 162 
*Leeper, Charles S., Batavia, 111. 98 

Leeper, Edward A., Red Oak, Io. Ill 
Lees. Henrv, Hixton, Wis 197 

Lees, John'W., Lisbon, N. H. 163 

Leete, Theo A., Longmeadow, Ms. 1845 
Leete, William W., Ridgerield, Ct. 89 
Leland, John H. M., Amherst, Ms. 1847 
Leland, Willis D.,N. Weymouth, Ms. 140 
Leonard, Aaron L., Iona, N. J. 1841 

Leonard, Avery H, Greenwich, O. 179 
Leonard, Delavan L., Salt Lake Citv, 

Utah, 51,' 1863 

Leonard, Edwin, Morris, Ct. 87 

Leonard, Hartford P., Mason, N. H. 163 
Leonard, Stephen C, Naugatuck.Ct. 1844 
Leonard, William, Centreville, Mass. 127 
Lewis, Daniel M., Glencoe, Minn. 12, 150 
Lewis, David, Beacon, Io. 
Lewis, Edward R., Parsons, Pa. 183 

Lewis, Everett E., Haddam, Ct. 86 

Lewis, George, South Berwick, Me. 125 
Lewis, John G., Wilkesbarre, Pa. 184 
Lewis, John T., Thomastown, O. 180 
Lewis, Richard, Whitehall. Mich. 148 
Lewis, William, Martin's Ferry, O. 177 
Liggett, James D , Detroit, Mich. 1859 
Light. Nestor, Westmoreland, N. Y. 173 
Lincoln, George E., Highland Sta- 
tion, Mich. 144 



Lincoln, John K., Bangor, Me. 1862 

Lincoln, Nehemiah, N. Bridgton, Me. 121 
Lincoln, Wm. E., Painesville, O. 1868 
Lindsay, George. Redfield, Dak. 94 

Lindsav, Peter, Rochester, N. Y. 15 

Lindsav, Robert S., Ironton, O. 13, 177 
Linkletter, Elihu, Almira, Mich. 1876 
Liston, Robert T., Benson, Ariz. 79 

*Litch, J. Lincoln, Marion, Mass. 134 
Little, Arthur, 470 La Salle ave., 

Chicasro, 111. 99 

Little, Charles, Lewis, Io. 106, 110 

Littlefield, Ozias, Seneca, Io. 1839 

Litts, Palmer, Central City, Io. 107, 112 
Livermore, Aaron R., New Haven, 

Ct. 1843 

Livermore, Albert, Nashville, Mich. 

16, 145 
Livingston, Wm. W., Jaffrey, N. H. 163 
Lloyd, George S., So. Boston, Mich. 13 
Llovd, John. Shawnee, O. 1851 

Lloyd, William. 124 E. Seventy- 
third St., New York, N. Y. ' 171 
Llovd, Wm. A , Ravenswood, 111. 102 
*Loba, Jean F., Olivet, Mich. 1878 
Loba, Victor E , Eldon, Mo. 153 
Locke, William E., A. B. C. F. M. 205 
Lockridge, George C, Seneca, Kan. 117 
Lockwood, Geo. A., Kennebunk, Me. 122 
Lockwood, John H , Westfield, Mass. 139 
Logan, Robert W., A. B. C. F. M. 205 
Long, Luther K., Strong City, Kan. 
Longley, Moses M., Bloomington, 111. 

1846 
Loomis, Alba L. P., Rosendale, Wis. 199 
*Loomis, Ardello P., Osarkis, Minn. 1879 
Loomis, AretasF., Golden Prairie, Io 109 
Loomis, Aretas G., Greenfield, Ms. 1850 
Loomis, Eli K., Portland, Or. 1878 

*Loomis, Elihu, Oakwood, Mich. 146 
Loomis, Henry, Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 1859 
Loomis, Samuel L., Newport, Ivy. 118 
[Loper, Stephen A., deceased. 
Lord. Daniel B., Goshen, Ct. 86 

Lord, John M., Weymouth, Mass. 1851 
[Lord, Thomas N., deceased. 25 

Loring, Amasa, Oakham, Mass 1842 

Loring, Henry S., Winthrop, Me. 1850 
Loring, Herbert A , Oakham, Mass. 136 
Loring, Joseph, East Otisfield, Ms. 1833 
Loring, Levi, Minneapolis, Minn. 1862 
Lougee, Samuel F., Hill, N. H. 162 

Love, Archibald L., Princeton, Ms. 

13, 136 
Love, William D., S. Hadley, Ms 138 
Love, William D., jr., Keene, N H. 

1878, 16 
Lovejoy, George E , Franklin, Mass. 131 
Lovering, Joseph F., Worcester, Ms. 140 
Lowell, John N., Haverhill, Mass. 132 
Lowing, Henry D., Center Road Sta- 
tion, Pa. 182 



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[1885. 



[Lowry, Samuel E., deceased. 25 

*Lucas, Oramel W., Oberlin, 0. 181 

[Luce, Leonard, deceased. 26 

Lum, Samuel Y., Brick Church, N. J. 

1852 
Lund, R. E.. Columbia, Dak. 94 

Lyle, Win. W., Bay City, Mich. 141 

Lyman, Addison, Kellogg, Io. 1847 

Lyman, Albert J., 564 Henry st., 

"Brooklyn. N. Y. 167 

Lyman, Charles N., Onawa, Io. 107, 111 
Lyman, David B., deceased. 26 

Lyman, George, Riverside, Cal. 1851 
Lyman, Horace, Forest Orove, Or. 181 
Lyman, Huntington, Cortl'nd, N. Y. 1836 
Lyman, Payson W., Belchertowu, 

Mass. 127 

Lyman, William A., Spring Valley, 

"Minn. 151 

Lynch, William A., Springfield, Mass. 

138 
Lyon, Amzi B., West Newbury, Vt. 190 
*Lvon, George G., Aurora, <>. 175 

Lyon, James H., Central Falls, R. I. 184 
Lyon, J. Monroe, Alpena, Mich. 141 

MacColl, John A., St. Albans, Vt. 

13, 191 
Maccollem, W. A., Council Grove, 

Kan. 
Macgregor, Alex'r, Pawtucket, R. I. 184 
Machin, Charles, Lyndon, 111. 101 

Mack, Chas. A., Milville, Dak. 13, 93, 94 
Mack, Josiah A., Lombard, 111. 1860 

Macomber, W. W., Chicago, 111. 
Macy, Herbert, San Francisco, Cal. 81 
[Mai: ill, Seagrove W., deceased. 26 

Magill, Thomas, Moutesano.W.T. 13, 193 
Magoun, Fred'k II , Storm Lake, Io. 112 
Magoun, Geo. F.,Pres., Grinnell, Io. 1848 
Mahan, Asa, London, Eng. [Mich.] 1829 
Maile, John L.,0maha, Neb. 51, 55, 1872 
Makepeace, F. Barrows, Andover, 

Mass. 127 

Malcolm, John W.,Hamilton, 111. 100,3 
Mallary, R. DeWitt, Lenox, Mass. 

133 
Mallory, Chas. W., Housitonic, Ms 131 
*Mallory, William W., Hartford, Ct. 86 
Mandell, Wm. A, Cambridge, Ms. 131 
[Mann, Joel, deceased. 26 

Mann. William G , Monson, Me. 120, 3 
*Mauning, Moses, Flatbush, N. Y. 
Manning, Samuel, Rushville, N. Y. 172 
Manson, Albert, Quasqueton, Io. 1841 
Marble, Wm. II.. Holland, Io. 1850 

March, Daniel, Woburn, Mass. 140 

Marden, Geo N., Prof., Colorado 

Springs, Col. 1862 

Marden, Henry, A. B. C. F. M. 203 

Markham, Henry F., Cora, Kan. 

16, 115, 8 



Markham, Reuben F., Topeka, Kan. 1846 
Marlow, Richard T., Verdella, Mo. 155 
Marple, Abel, Callao, Mo. 13 

Marsh, Alfred F., Neligh, Neb. 158 

Marsh, Charles A., Thomaston, Me. 125 
Marsh, Charles E., Summer Hill. 111. 103 
Marsh, David D., Georgetown, Mass. 131 
Marsh, Dwight W., Amherst, Mass. 1849 
Marsh, Francis J., Walpole, Mass. 139 
Marsh, George D., A. B. C. F. M. 203 
Marsh, George L. Magnolia, Io. 13, 110 
Marsh, Henrv, Edmore, Mich. 143 

[ Marsh, John T., deceased. 27 

Marsh, Joseph, Thetford, Vt. 1828 

Marsh, Loring B., Springfield, Ms. 1859 
Marsh, Spencer, Burlington, Vt. 1855 
Marsh, William B., Ta'llmadge, 0. 180 
Marshall, Chapman A., Clinton, Io. 107 
Marshall, Henry G., Middlehury, Ct. 87 
Marshall, William, Alma, Neb. * 1881 
Marsland, John, N. Scituate.R. I. 185 
Martin, Evan II , Deadwood, Dak. 171 
Martin, George, Croton, O. 175, 7, 8. 9 
Martin, Geo. E., St. Louis, Mo. 15, 1879 
Martin, Moses M., Three Oaks, 

Mch. 147 

Martin, Samuel A., Van Cleve, Io. 13 
Martinis, Alfred, Cowles, Neb. 157, 9 
*Marts, William G., Angola, N. Y. 167 
Marty, Ivan M., Petaluma, Cal. 15, 81 
Martyn, Sanford S., Peacham, Vt. 190 
Marvin, Abijah P., Lancaster, Ms. 1844 
Marvin, Charles S., Hamlin, Kan. 115 
Marvin, Dwight E., Utica, N. Y. 173 

Marvin, Frederick R., Portland, Or. 181 
Marvin, Sylvanus P., Westville, Ct. 91 
Mason, Edward B., Arlington, Mass. 127 
Mason, James D., Clear Lake, lo. 107 
Mason, Javan K., Fryeburg, Me. 1 22 
Mason, Joseph, Godfrey, 111. 1847 

Mason, Lewis T., Cr^te, Neb. 1875 

Mather, Wallace E., Paris, N. Y. 171 
Mathews, S. Sherberne, Jamaica 

Plain, Mass. 129 

Matson, Albert, Topeka, Kan. 1871 

Matthews, Caleb W., Egan, D. T. 1837 
Matthews, Luther P , Crete, Neb. 1853 
Matthews, Robert J., Hamilton, Mo. 153 
Matthews. Wm D. A., Onarga, 111. 1872 
May, Oscar G., Alameda, Cal. 80 

May, T. Melbourne, Ashford, Conn. 84 
Maynard, Ulric, Castleton, Vt. 1828 

Mayne, Nicholas, Platteville, Wis. 1855 
McCall, Salmon, East Haddam, Ct. 85 
McChesney, Jas., Prospect Park, 111.1848 
McChesney, Jas. H., Grand Marsh, 

Wis. 196 

McClelland, Tage F., Omena, Mich. 141 
McClelland, Raymond G., Austin- 
burg, 0. 175 
McClelland, Thomas, Tabor, Io. 1882 
McClenuing, Dan'l E. Concord,N.H. 1852 



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247 



McOolluin, James L., Sprague, 

W. T. 12, 1883 

McConaughy, Frank, Salem, 0. 16, 181 
McConnell, Alexander S., Cresco, To. 107 
McConougtey, Austin M., Marshall, 

Mich. 143 

McCord, John D., Hinsdale. 111. 1863 
McCord, Rob't L., Western Springs, 

111. 101 

McCormick, T. B., Princeton. Ind. 1839 
McCracken, Robert, Paxton, 111. 
McCracken, Wm., Big Rapids, Mich. 142 
McCulloch, Oscar C, Indianapolis, 

Ind. 105 

McCully, Charles G., Calais, Me. 121 
McCune, Robert, Kokomo, Ind. 105 

McCune, Wm. C, Fort Worth, Tex. 186 
McCunn, Drummond, Calico, Cal. 1880 
McDougall, William H., N. Corn- 
wall. Ct. 13, 85 
McDnffee, Sam'l V., Orange Citv.Fla. 96 
McElroy, Elbridge P., Eutield, Mass. 

13, 131 
*McEntosh, Peter, Cove, Ala. 1878 

McFarland, Henry H., 80 Wall St., 

New York city, 1863 

McFarland, Win. D., Salem, Or.[Ct ] 1878 
McGinlev, Wm. A., Portsmouth, N. H 164 
McGown, Alf. J., Bar Harbor, Me. 120 
McGown, Rich H., Turner, Me. 120, 5 
McGregor, John, Bay Mills, Mich. 

141, 6, 7 
McHenry, Fergus Geo.Jvirwin, Kan. 115 
Mcllvaine, John H., Providence, R. 1. 185 
Mclntire, Charles C, Pittsford, Vt. 190 
Mclutosh, Charles H., 252 W. Con- 
gress St., Chicago, 111. 1880 
Mclntyre, Andrew, Long Ridge, Ct. 90 
McKean, John, Herndon, Va. 16, 193 
McKeever, Isaac W.. Allegan, Mich. 141 
McKellar, William S., Mattoon, 111. 101 
McKenzie, Alexander, Cambridge, 

Mass. 129 

McKesson, Chas. L., Longton, Kan. 116 
McKinstrv, John A., Richfield, O. 179 
*McLane, Wm. W., New Haven, Ct. 88 
McLaughlin, Daniel D. T., Litch- 
field, "Ct. 1846 
McLean, Calvin B , Phila., Pa. 1878 
[McLean, James, deceased. 27 
McLean, John K., Oakland, Cal. 81 
McLean, John R., Paris, Tex. 187 
McLeod, Andrew J, Groton, Ct. 86 
McLeod, Norman, Humboldt, Io. 1848 
McLeod, Thomas B , 16 South Port- 
land ave., Brooklyn, X Y. 167 
[McLonev, John L., deceased. 27 
McMaster, Arial, — Wis. 1869 
McMillan, Peter, Barre, Vt. 187 
McMillen, William F., Bellevue, 0. 178 

* McXab, William, Tomah, Wis. 1845 

* McNair, David C, Olnev, 111. 102 



McNeille, Roh't G. S., Bridgeport, Ct. 84 
McPhail, Malcolm, Osseo, Wis. 198 

Mc Vicar, Peter, Pres.,Topeka, Kan. 1861 
Mead, Charles M., Prof., Germany, 1866 
Mead, Darius, New York, N. Y. 1833 
Mead, Henry B , Stonington, Ct. 90 

Mead, Martin H., Silver Creek, Neb. 159 
Mead, Willis W., Clarion, Io. 13, 107 
Means, James H., Dorchester, Mass. 1848 
Mears. David 0., Worcester, Mass. 140 
Mears, Lucian D.. Danby. Vt. 188 

Meek, Stafford W., Wakeman, 0. 180 
*Mellen, William, Oberlin, O. 1850 

Mellish, John H., Temple, N. H. 165 

Mendell, Ellis, Norwood, Mass. 136 

Mercer, Henry W., Robinson, Mich. 146 
Meredith, Richard, Leominster, Ms. 

13, 15, 133 
Meredith, Robert R., Boston, Mass. 128 
Meriam, Joseph, Randolph, O. 179 

Merrall, Joseph H., Clayton, Cal. 1873 
Merrell, Edw. H., PresJ Ripon, Wis. 1860 
Merrell, Samuel, Springfield, Mass. 1S50 
Merriam, Alexander R., Grand 

Rapids, Mich. 13, 144 

Merriam, Chas. L., Kingston, Mass. 133 
Merriam, Geo. F.,Greenville, N. H. 1 62, 3 
Merrill, Benj. B., Brewer. Me. 13,121 
Merrill, Clias.H., W. Brattleboro, Vt. 188 
Merrill, Charles W., Minneapolis, 

Minn. 151 

Merrill, E. H.. Metomen, Wis. 197 

Merrill, Elijah W., Minneapolis, 

Minn. 15S 

Merrill, George R., Painesville, O. 179 
Merrill, James G., 3428 Franklin 

ave., St. Louis. Mo. 154 

Merrill, James H., Andover, Mass. 1839 
Merrill, John L., Marlborough, N. H. 163 
Merrill, John M , Brooklyn. O. 175 

Merrill, Josiah, Troy, N. H. 165 

Merrill, Selah, JerusaU in, 1854 

Merrill, Thomas, Des Moines, Io. 1842 
Merrill, Truman A. .Chesterfield, Ms. 129 
*Merrill, William, A., Alton, N. H. 160 
Merrill, Wm. C, Sacramento, Cal 13, 81 
Merriman, Daniel. Worcester, Mass. 140 
Merriman, Wm. E., Somerville, Ms. 137 
Merritt, Elbridge W., Hanover, Ct. 90 
*Merritt, Wm. C, Honolulu, H.I. 1883 
Mershon, J. R., Newton, Io. 
Merwin, Nathan T., Trumhull, Ct. 90 
Merwin, Samuel J. M., Wilton, Ct. 89 
Meserve, Isaac C, New Haven, Ct. 88 
Meserve, Wm N., Col. Springs, Col. 1873 
Messer, Chas. B., PipeCreek, Kan., 114, 8 
Metcalf, Irving W., Columbus, 0. 176 
Metealf, Rova'l D., W. Townshend, 

Vt. 191 

Meyers, A. A., Williamsburg, Ky. 118 
Michael, George, Alfred, Me. 120 

Miles, Edward C, Montclair, N. J. 1860 



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[1885. 



Miles, Harvey, Russell, N. Y. 1845 

Miles. Milo N., Des Moines, To. 
Miles, Tims. M., Merrimac, Ms. 13, 134 
Millard, Jos. D , Rear Lake, Mich. 146 
Millard, Nelson, Norwich, Ct. 13, 88 

Millard, Watson R., Blue Island, 111. 98 
Miller. Daniel, Glen Arbor, Mich. 1861 
Miller, Daniel R , Oberlin, O. 1837 

Miller, Elisha W , Big Rapids, Mich. 55 
Miller, Geo. A, Richford, N. Y. 15, 172 
Miller, Henry G , New York. 
Miller, Joel D., Leominster, Mass. 1866 
Miller, Jacob G., Manchester, Io 110 

*Miller. J Wood, Lake Mills, Wis 197 
Miller, Richard, Kenosha, Wis. 1873 

Miller, Rob't D., W. Hartford. Vt. 189 
Miller, Samuel, Deansville, N. Y. 168 
Miller, Simeon, Springfield, Mass. 1846 
Miller, William, New Britain, Ct 184 5 
Miller, W. C, Shabbona, 111. 13, 103 

Millerd, Norman A., 871 Park ave., 

Chicago, 111. 1861 

Milliaan, John A , Ainsworth, Neb. 156 
Millikan, Silas F., Maquoketa, Io. 110 
Milliken, Charles E., Penacook, N.H. 161 
[Mills, Charles L., deceased. 28 

Mills, Charles P., Newbnryport, Ms. 135 
Mills, Prank E., Pepperell, Mass. 1878 
Mills, Harlow S , Forest Grove, Or. 181 
Mills, Henrv, Canton, 111. 1854 

Mills, Walter T., Oberlin, 0. 175 

Milton, George R.. Winnebago, 111 103 
Miner, Henry A., Madison, Wis. 196, 199 
| Miner, Nathaniel, deceased. 28 

Miner, Ovid, Syracuse, N. Y. 1835 

Miner, Sam'l E., NewHampton, Mo. 1844 
Minnis, Thos W., Kingston, N. H. 163 
Mirick, Edward A., Belpre, O. 175, 179 
Missildine, Alf. H , Charleston. S. C. 185 
Mitchell, Ammi It., Spring-side, Kan. 1855 
Mitchell. Charles L., Methuen, Ms. 1871 
*Mitchell John, Wyoming, 111. 104 

Mitchell, John C, New Haven, Ct. 1880 
Mitchell, Thos. G., Madison Bridge, 

Me. 1846 

*Mitchell. William, Galesburg, Mich. 
Mix, Eldridge, Fall River, Mass. 131 

Mix, William W., Oberlin, 0. 1882 
Monroe, Alex., Marseilles, 111. 99 

Monroe, Henry H, Bartlett, 111. 98 

Monroe. Thomas E., Akron, O. 175 

Montgomery, Andrew, S. Minneapo- 
lis, Minn.' 1865 
Montgomery, Giles F., A. B. C. F. M.203 
Montgomery, John A , La Grange, 101 
Montgomery, Marcus W A., Minne- 
apolis, Minn. 51, 1878 
Mooar, George, Oakland, Cal. 63, 81 
Moody, Calvin B , Barton, Vt. 187 
Moody, Howard, E. Andover, N. H. 160 
Mooney, Roderick J., Hillsboro 
Bridge, N.H. 15,162 



Moore, Albert W., Lynn, Mass. 133 

Moore, Benjamin, Middleville, Mich. 1857 
Moore, Daniel M.. Falls Village. Ct. 84 
Moore, Edson J.. Riverside. R I. 185 
Moore,George F.. Andover, Ms. 57, 1876 
Moore, George W.. Washington, D. C. 95 
Moore, Nathaniel S., Raynham, Ms. 137 
Moore, William, Columbus, N Y. 168 
Moore, William E. B., E. Haddam.Ct 85 
Moore, William H., Hartford , Ct. 1 846, 51 
Morehouse, Charles M., Evansville, 

Wis. 184 8 

Morehouse, Darius A., Foxcroft, Me. 122 
Morey, Lewis W.,Needham, Mass. 16, 135 
Morgan, Charles, Chester, Mass. 129 
Morgan, Charles L., Moline, 111. 101 
Morgan, George F. G., Tipton, Cal. 
[Morgan, John, Prof., deceased. 28 

Morgan, John F., Springfield, Ms. 1865 
Morgan, Lewis, Soddy, Tenn. 186 

[Morgan, Lewis S., deceased. 29 

Morgan, Robert R., Riceville, Pa. 182, 3 
Morley, John, Avoca, Neb. 156 

Morley, John H., St. Paul, Minn. 152 
Morley, Sardis B., Pittsh'eld. Mass. 1851 
Morong, Thomas, Ashland, Mass. 127 
Morris, George, Alameda, Cal. 1860, 15 ' 
Morris, Ebenezer J.,398 9thave.,N.Y.171 
Morris, James W., Plymouth, Pa. 183 
Morris, Maurice B., Crarv's Mills, 

N. Y. 168 

Morris, Myron N., W. Hartford. Ct. 1846 
Monis, Ozias S., Willington, Ct. 91 

Mcrris, Richard, Allen's Grove, Wis. 1844 
*Morrison, Andrew M., Grand Forks, 

Dak 
Morrison, Nathan J., Pres., Spring- 
field, Mo. 1858 
Morrison. Sam'l E. Falmouth, Ms., 16,131 
Morse, Alfred, Austin. Minn. 1848 
Morse, Charles F , Mclndoes. Vt 1856 
Morse, Charles H., Rock Rapids, 

Io. 13. 16, 111 

Morse, Edgar L., Glvndon, Minn. 150 
Morse, Henry G, Union City, Mich. 1844 
Morse, James E., Marengo, Io. 1871 

Morse, M.J, Carbondale, Kan. 114, 117 
Morss, George H., Clarendon, Vt. 188 
Morton, Alpha, Wells, Me. 125 

Moses, Dighton, Westchester, Ct. 85 
Moses, Leonard H., Cottage Grove, 

Minn. 149 

Mosman, Wm D., New Haven, Ct. 1877 
Moulton, Ezra C, Humboldt, Io. 109 
*Mousseau, Geo. C, Fall River, Ms. 1882 
Mowerv, Christian, New Ulm, Minn. 1878 
Mucklow,W. B , Strvkersville,X.Y. 171,3 
*Mundv, Frank J , Lvnn, Mass. 13, 133 
*Mivnger, Theo. T., N. Adams, Ms. 135 
Munroe. Egbert N., Rocky II ill, Ct. 15, 89 
Munsell, John H., Schenectady, N. Y. 172 
Munson, Frederick, Brooklyn, N. Y. 1847 



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249 



*Munson, Wni. A., Mound Citv, 

Kan. "1871 

*Mnrkland,C. S.,nn'eopee,Ms.l3, 16, 130 
Murphy, Thomas D., San Buena- 

ventura, Cal. 81 

Murphy, Thos. F., Oak Creek, Wis. 198 
Murphy, Win. J.. Portland, Me. 15, 1879 
^Murray .Oliver E.,Plankinton, Dak.l S77 
Myers, Hiram, Dover, Kan. 1852 

Myers, John Conrad, Naperville, 111. 101 
Myrick, Osborn, Middletowu, Vt. 190 

Nash. Charles S., E. Hartford, Ct. 13, 85 
Nason, Chas. P. H., Chelsea, Mass. 129 
*Nason, Elias, N. Billeriea, Ms. 130 

Neesima, Joseph H., A. B.C. F. M. 202 
Neill, Henry, Westfield, N. J. 166 

Nelson, A. G., Worcester. Mass. 140 
Nelson, Geo. W., Beloit, Wis. 15, 1873 
Nelson. Knut, New Tacoma,W. T.13, 194 
*Ne?bit, David K., Greenfield, Ms. 13, 131 
Newberry, Chas. E., N. Seattle. W. T 194 
Newcomb, A. S., Pattersonville, Io. Ill 
Newcomb, Chas. S., Bloomfield, Io. 106, 7 
Newcomb, Geo. B., Prof., New 

York, 1861 

Newcomb, Luther, Pomona, Kan. 113, 7 
Newell, Francis P., Cedarville, Kan. 115 
Newell, Wellington, Greenfield, Ms. 131 
New hall, Charles' S.. Plainfield. N.J. 1872 
Newman, Stephen M., Ripon, Wis. 199 
Newport, Fred., So. Gardiner, Me. 122 
Newton, Albert F., Marlboro', Mass. 134 
Newton, D.Augustine, Lancaster, Ms. 133 
Newton, Josiah, Canton, N. Y. 
Nichols, Charles L., Brownville, Me. 121 
Nichols, Danforth B , Bon Homme, 

Dak. 13, 92, 93 

Nichols, John R., Garrettsville, O. 1 77 
Nichols, Nathan R., Norwich, Vt. 190 
Nichols, Washington A., Lake For- 
est, 111. 1838 
Nims, Granville W., Walton, N. Y. 1 73 
Noble, Charles, Woodbridge, N. J. 166 
Noble, Edw. W.,W. Somerville, Ms. 1849 
Noble, Franklin, E. Saginaw, Mich. 143 
Noble, Frederick A., 534 Washing- 
ton Bd., Chicago, 111. 99 
^ble, Mason, Talladega, Ala. 78 
Noble, Thomas K., 2200 Steiner st., 

San Francisco, Cal. 81 

Norcross, Albert F., Rockport. Mass. 137 
Norcross, Flavius V., Union, Me. 125 
Norcross, Lansing P., Bloomer, Wis. 195 
Norcross, S. Girard, N. Conway ,N. H. 161 
Norris, Austin H., Newavgo, Mich. 145 
Norris, John S., Ames, Io. 1869 

Norris, Kingslev F., Morris, Minn. 93 
Norris, Thos. F., Neosho Falls,Kan.ll5, 6 
[North, Simeon, deceased. 29 

North, Thomas L., Mauston. Wis. 1857 
Northrop, Chas. A., Jewett City, Ct. 86 



Northrop, Geo. E., Fskridge, Kan. 114, 7 
Northrop, Henry H., Providence, 

R. I. 1861 

Norton, Edward, Quincy, Mass. 136 

Norton, Edwin C, Yankton, Dak. 

13, 1884 
Norton, Henry B.. San Jose, Cal. 80 

Norton, John F., Natick, Mass. 1844 

Norton, Smith, Huron, Dak. 1859 

Norton, Stephen A , Princeton, 111. 102 
*Norton, Thomas S.. Dover, Mass. 1846 
Norton,W. W., New Richmond,Wis.l96, 9 
Nonrse, Robert, La Crosse, Wis. 1867 
Noyes, Charles L , Somerville, Mass. 138 
Noyes, Dan'l J.,Prof., Hanover, N.H.I 837 
Noyes, Daniel P., Wilmington, Mass. 140 
Noyes, Edw. M., Duluth, Minn. 16,149 
Noyes, Gurdon W., New Haven, Ct. 84 
Noves, Joseph T., A. B. C. F. M. 202 
Noves, W. L., Hartland, Vt. 189, 192 
Nute, Frank I., Union, N. H. 1880 

*Nuttiug, Geo. B., Hancock, Minn. 150 
Nutting, John K., Rochester, Mich. 146 

Oakey, James, West Point, Neb. 159 
Oaklev, E. Clarence, New Tacoma, 

W.T. 194 

Obear, William F., Winthrop, Me. 1868 
Ober, Benjamin, Brattleboro', Vt. 1834 
Odlin, James E., Mayville, Dak. 13, 93 
Ogden, David J., Niantic, Ct. 85 

Olds, Abner D., Oberlin, O. 1842 

Olds, Frank B., N. Lawrence, Kan. 1870 
Olds, Henrv H., Stanwood, Mich. 1872 
Oliphant.Chas. H.,Mvstic Bridge. Ct 1876 
Olmstead, Chas , Oswego Falls, N.Y. 171 
Olmsted, Franklin W., Bridport, Vt. 188 
Orcutt, Samuel, New Haven, Ct. 1851 
Ordway, Jairus, Salem, Ct. 89 

Orvis, Gurnev M., Quasqueton, Io. Ill 
Orvis, Wm. B., Tea., Phila.. Pa. 1847 
Osborne, Cyrus P.,Fayetteville,N.Y. 1865 
*Osborn, George S., Springvale, Me. 1836 
Osborn, Russell S., Bull's City, Kan. 113, 6 
Osborne, William H., Lowell, Mich. 1839 
Osgood, Edward R., Bluehill, Me. 1871 
Osgood, George W., Littleton, N. H. 15 
*Osgood, Henry H., Dayton, O. 1875 
Osgood, Reuben D , Rochester, Vt. 191 
*Osmun, Wm.T, N. Stamford, Ct 1874 
Ostrander, J. S., 244 Sackett st., 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Ostrom, Alvin, Murphy's, Cal. 80, 81, 82 
Otis, Clark C, Seattle, W. T. 1882 

Otis, Israel T., Exeter, N. H. 1835 

Otis, Jonathan T., De Smet, Dak. 92 

*Otis, Norman L., Palo, Mich. 1859 

Ottman, Henry A , Hopkinton, N. Y. 170 
Onsley, Benjamin F., So. Africa, 13, 202 
Oviatt, George A., Sudbury, Mass. 1838 
Owen, Evan, Cambria, Wis. 1850 

Owen, Owen, Red Oak, Io. 



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[1885. 



Owen, Thomas G., Arcadia, Wis. 109 
Owens, Thos. M., Granville, N. Y. 1868 
Oxnard, Fred'k, Tarry town, N. Y. 1861 

Packard. Abel K., Greeley, Col. 1851 
[Packard, Alpheus S., deceased. 30 

Packard, Edward N., Dorcliester, Ms. 128 
*Packard, Milan, Col. Springs, Col. 1881 
Packard, Theophilus, Manteno, 111. 1828 
Paddock, Edward A., Providence, 111 102 
Page, Charles E., Crookston, Minn 149 
Page, Harlan, Beechwood, Mass. 130, 37 
Page, Henry P. .Westmoreland, Kan. 118 
Paine, Albert, Roxbury, Mass. 1848 

Paine, Bernard, E. Sandwich, Mass. 1867 
Paine, John A., Tarry town, N. Y. 1867 
Paine, Levi L , Bangor, Me. 58, 1861 
Paine, Rodney, Topeka, Kan. 
Painter, Chas. C, Great Barrington, 

Mass. 1863 

Painter, Hobart K., Canton, 111. 99 

Palmer, A. Burton, S. Weare, N. H. 165 
Palmer, Chas. M, Westminster, Ms. 139 
Palmer, Charles R., Bridgeport, Ct. 84 
Palmer, Edward S., Gorhatn, Me 121 
Palmer, Edwin B., Ipswich, Mass. 133 
Palmer, Elliot, Portland, Ct. 1852 

Palmer, Frank H., Pomfret, Ct. 89 

Palmer, Oscar A, Capioma, Kan 114, 6 
Palmer, Rav, Newark, N. J. 1835 

Palmer, S. Fielder, Patchogue, N. Y. 171 
Palmer, William S., Norwich, Ct. 88 
Pamment, John M., Glendive, Mont, 156 
Pannell, Cary H. H., Morristown, 

N.J. 166 

Paris, John D., A. B. C. F. M. 203 

*Park, Austin L., Washington, D. C. 1864 
Park, Calvin E., West Boxford, Ms. 1838 
Park, Charles W., New Haven, Ct. 

13,88 
Park, Edwards A.,Andover, Ms 57, 1831 
Park, William E., Gloversville, N. Y 169 
Parker, Alexander, Miles, Io. 110, 111 
Parker, Charles, Salem, Or. 1870 

Parker, Edwin P., Hartford, Ct. 86 

Parker, Francis, N. Craftsburv.Vt. 187, 8 
Parker, Henry E., Hanover, N. H. 1849 
Parker, Henry H., Honolulu, Hawaii, 

205 
Parker, Horace, Lunenburg, Mass. 133 
Parker, II W., Griunell, Io. 
*Parker, J. Homer, Atlanta, Ga. 1873 
Parker, John D., Fort Hays, Kan. 1865 
Parker, Leonard S., Berkley, Mass. 128 
Parker, RoswellD., Manhattan, Kan. 1858 
Parker, Thomas, Ada, Midi. 141 

Parker, William W., Milton, Mass. 1858 
[Parker, Wooster, deceased. 30 

Parmelee, Eliab H., Lebanon, Ct. 87 

Parmelee, Moses P., A. B. C. F. .If. 203 
*Parmelee, W. J., Stewartville, Minn. 

12, 150, 151 



Parr, John H., Austin, Tex. 15, 1882 
Parrey, Porter B., Salem, Mich. 147 

Parsons, Benjamin F., Derry, N. H. 1847 
Parsons, Ebenezer G., Derry, N. H. 1837 
Parsons, John, Worcester, Mass. 1878 
Parsons, Robert, Flat Rock, Mich. 143 
Parsons, Willard.Tribune office, N.Y.1872 
Partridge, George C, Batavia, 111. 1840 
Partridge, Lewis C. ,N. Bennington, Vt. 187 
[Partridge, Samuel II., deceased. 31 

Pasco, Martin K., Brownton, Minn. 149 
Pascoe, William H., Redwood, Cal. 81 
Patch, Isaac P., Brookfield. Mo. 153 

*Patch, Rufus, Lathrop, Mo. 1859 

Patchin, John, Grass Lake, Mich. 144, 5 
Patrick, Henry J., West Newton, Ms. 135 
Patten, Moses, Ripton, Vt. 191 

Patten, Wm. A., Kingston N. H. 1850 
Patton, James L., Greenville, Mich. 144 
Patton, Wm. W., Washington, D. C. 1843 
[Payne, Joseph H., deceased. 
Pavson, Edward P., Ansouia, Ct. 85 
Peabodv, Albert B., Candia, N. H. 15, 161 
Peabody, Charles, 904 Olive st., St. 

Louis, Mo. 1845 

Peabodv, Charles, Springfield, Mass. 1841 
Peach, Isaac W., Pawlet, Vt. 190 

Peacock, Robert M., Monmouth, Me. 123 
Pearse, Frank. F.,Frauksville, Wis. 196, 9 
*Pearson, Arthur H., Prof., North- 
field, Minn. 1880 
Pearson, James B., Mont'Clair, N. J. 1860 
Pearson, Reuel M., Polo, 111. 1 844 
Pearson, Sam'l W., Brunswick, Me. 1870 
Pease, Edmund M., A. B. C. F. J/. 203 
Pease, Theodore C. Maiden, Ms. 15, 134 
Peck, Charles H, Griswold, Ct. 86 
Peck, Heurv P., Plymouth, N. H. 163 
Peck, Whitmau.Chester, Mass. [Ct.] 1844 
Peck, William Jay, Corona, N. Y. 1881 
[Peckham, Joseph, deceased. 31 
Peebles, David, Bouutiful Station 

Utah. 1871 

Peebles, Georce, Avon, 111. 98 

Peeke, Geo. H., Sanduskv, 0. 179 

Peel, William T., Washington, D. C. 95 
Peet, Josiah W., Nevinville, Io. 1840 
Peet, Stephen D., Clinton, Wis. 196 

Peffers, Aaron B., Hillsboro, N. H. 1855 
Peirce, Charles M., Charlton, Ms. 129 
Pell, Thomas, Sibley, Io. 1859 

Peloubet.Francis N., Auburndale.Ms. 1857 
Pelton, George A., Groton, Mass. 131 
Pelton, George S., Omaha, Neb. 1877 
Pendleton, Henrv G., Chenoa, 111. 1840 
Penfield, Samuel", Joliet, 111. 1840 

Penney, Edgar J., Marietta, Ga. 97 

*Penniman, Alford B..Rosemond, 111. 103 
Pennimau, Henry M., E. Derrv, 

N. H. 13, 161 

Pentecost, Geo. F., 59 McDonough 
St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 168 



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251 



Pentecost, H. 0., 259 West Thirty- 
fourth st.. New York. 
Percival, Chas. H., Wiscasset, Me. 13, 126 
Peregrine, Philip K., Amiret, Minn. 149 
Perine, John E., Eldred, N. Y. 1861 

Perkins, Ariel E. P., Ware, Mass. 139 
Perkins, Benj. P., Atkinson Depot, 

N. H. 164 

Perkins, Edgar, Sodus, N. Y. 1845 

Perkins, Francis B., Stockbridge, Ms. 138 
Perkins, Fred. T., Burlington, Vt. 1843 
*Perkins, Geo. A., Harvard, Mass. 132 
Perkins, George G-, Spencer, Io. 112 
[Perkins, Henry K. W., deceased. 31 
Perkins, Henry M., Bowensburg. 111.1872 
Perkins, Henrv P., A. B. 0. F.M. 202 
Perkins, Saywell, Grayville, 111. 1860 
Perkins, Sidney K., Plainview, Minn. 151 
Perkins, Sidney K. B., Middleton, 

Mass. 134 

Perrin, Lavalette, Torrington, Ct. 90 
Perry, Arthur L.,Williamstown, Ms. 1875 
Perry, Chas. A., Memphis, Mich. 1882 
Perry, Cyrus M., Slatersville, R. I. 185 
Perrv, D. Brainerd, Pres., Crete, 

Ne*b. 1872 

Perry, Henry T., A. B. C. F. Hf. 203 
Perry, Peter \V., Dowagiac, Mich. 143 
Perry, Ralph, Agawam, Mass. 1844 

Perry, Trueman S., Cumberland 

Centre, Me. 121 

Pettee, James H., A. B. C. F. M. 202 
Pettengill. John H., Phila., Pa. 1843 

*Pettibone, Chas. H., Poquonock, Ct. 91 
Pettibone, I. Fayette, A. B. C. F. M. 203 
Petti l>one, Ira, Winchester, Ct. 1834 

Petti bone, Luman A., Burlington, 

Wis. 196 

Phelps, Austin, Andovei, Ms. 57, 1842 
Phelps, Chas. H, East Smithfield, Pa. 182 
Phelps, Frederick B., Erving, Mass. 131 
*Phelps, Lawrence, Gardner, Mass. 131 
*Phelps, Sam'l W.,Greenville, Tenn. 1854 
Plielps, Winthrop H , S. Egremont, 

Ms. 1848 

Philbrook, Chas. E.,Sierraville,Cal. 13,82 
Philbrook, Nathan P., New Boston, 

N. H. 1854 

Phillips, Daniel, N. Chelmsford, Ms. 1861 
*Phillips, David E., Ridgway, Wis. 

195, 197, 199 
Phillips, Geo. W., Worcester, Mass. 140 
Phillips, John, Geyserville, Cal. 80 

Phillips, J. II., Leadville, Col. 83 

Phillips, Samuel, Disco, Mich. 16, 1838 
*Phillips, Sem, Dodgeville, Wis. 196 

Phillips, Thomas D., Bangor, N. Y. 167 
Phinney, George W., Newburg, O. 1865 
Phipps, George G., Newton High- 
lands, Mass. 135 
Phipps, William H., Prospect, Ct. 89 
Pierce, Albert F., Warsaw, N. Y. 173 



Pierce, Asa C, Brookfield Centre, Ct. 84 
Pierce, Geo. J., Phillipston, Mass. 1872 
Pierce, John E., A. B. C. F. M. 203 

Pierce, Leroy M.. Blackstone. Mass. 128 
Pierce, Nathaniel H., Sauk Rapids, 

Minn. 151 

Pierce, William, Bonny Eagle, Me. 1836 
Pierce, William G., Champaign, 111. 99 
Pierson, Isaac, A. B. C. F. M. 202 

Pierson, Samuel W., Painesville, O. 1844 
Pike, Alpheus J., Dawson, Dak. 92 

Pike, Clarence, Salisbury, Mass. 13, 137 
Pike, Ezra B., Brentwood, N. H. 161 

Pike, Gustavus D., Hartford, Ct. 

52, 1862 
Pike, John, Rowley, Mass. 1838 

Pillsbury, Hervey G., Bristol, N. H. 161 
Pinch, Pearse, Baraboo, Wis. 195 

Pinkerton, Adam, Arena, Wis. 195 

Pinkerton, David, Grinnell, Io. 1845 

Pipes, Abner M., Fredonia, Kan. 115 
Pitkin, Paul H., Tea., Springfield, 

Mass. 1866 

Pitts, Eddy T., Portland. Me. 113, 124 
Pixlev, Stephen C, A. B. C. F. M. 202 
*Plac'e, Lorenzo D., Scotland, Ct. 89 

Plack, George W., Closter, N. J. 13, 165 
Piatt, Henry D., Brighton, 111. 98, 101 
Piatt, Lester B., Flint, Mich. 143 

Piatt, Luther IL.Reno Center. Kan.116, 7 
Piatt, M. Favette, Lincoln, Neb. 156 

Plumb, Albert H., Roxhury, Mass. 128 
Plumb, Joseph C, Joplin, Mo. 154 

*Plumer, Alex. R., Phillipston, Ms. 1854 
*Plumlev, Gardiner S., Greentield 

Hill, Ct. 85 

Poage, George G., Hastings, Neb. 1835 
Pohl, Fred'k J., Reynold'sBridge, Ct. 90 
Polk, W. R., Fayetteville, Ark. 79 

Pollard, Geo. A., Gr. Rapids, Mich. 1855 
Pomeroy, Edward N.. Taunton, Ms. 138 
Pomeroy, Lemuel, Muscotah, Kan. 1840 
*Pond, Benjamin W., Washington, 

D. C. 1862 

Pond, Chauncey N., Supt. A.S.S. U., 

Oberlin, O 1866 

Pond, Jeremiah E., Warren, Me. 125 
Pond, Milton G., Royalston, Ms 13, 137 
Pond, William C, 940 Capp st., San 

Francisco, Cal. 82 

Pope, Charles II., Farmington, Me. 122 
Pope, George S., Tougaloo, Miss. 15, 153 
Pope, Howard W., N. Manchester, Ct. 87 
*Porter, Edw. C., Greenwich, Ct 13, 86 
Porter, Edward G., Lexington, Mass. 133 
Porter, Elbert S., Kent, Ct. 12, 87 

Porter, Farley, Woodville, N. Y. 173 

Porter, Giles'M., Garnavillo, Io. 1844 
Porter, Harvev, Beirut, Sijrin, 203 

Porter, Henry" D., A. B. 0. F. M. 202 
Porter, Jeremiah, Detroit, Mich. 1831 
Porter, Noah, New Haven, Ct. 1836, 65 



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Porter, Samuel, Crete, 111. 1839 

Porter, Samuel F., Quincy, Mich. 1836 
Porter, T. Arthur, Kalkaska, Mich.143, 4 
Porter, William, Beloit, Wis. 1847 

Porter, William. Pomona, Cal. 1846 

Post, Aurelian H, Berea, 0. 175 

Post, Martin. Sterling, 111. 103 

Post, Roswell 0.. Springfield, 111. 103 
Post, Truman M., 3031 Lucas ave., 

St. Louis, Mo 154 

[Potter, Daniel F., deceased. 31 

Potter, Edm'd S., W. Somerville, Ms. 134 
Potter, Frank C, Stanwi ;h. Ct. 86 

Potter, William, Hampden. 0. 1820 

Potwin, Lemuel S., Prof , Cleveland, 

0. I860 

Potwin, Thomas S., Hartford, Ct. 1861 
Potwin, Wm. S., Independence, Io. 109, 10 
Powell, Gregory J.,Freedom,0. 13, 177, 9 
Powell, Henry A., 82 Lee ave., Brook- 
lyn. N. Y.' 168 
Powell, Isaac P., Gr Rapids. Mich. 1868 
Powell, James, 56 Reade St., New 

York, N. Y. 52 

Powell, Rees, Delaware, O. 1818 

*Powell, Sam'l W., Brooklyn, N.Y. 1872 
Powell, William, Courtland, Minn. 150,1 
Powelson, Alfred P., Woodhurv, Ct. 91 
Pratt, Chas. H., Minneapolis, Minn 1863 
Pratt, Dwight M , Higganum, Ct. 86 
Pratt, Francis G , Middleboro, Ms. 1849 
*Pratt, George II , Talcottville, Conn. 90 
Pratt, Horace, Northfield, Vt. 1849 

Pratt, J. Loring, Rupert, Vt. 191 

Pratt, Lewellyn, Hartford, Ct. 61, 1864 
[Pratt, Miner G., deceased. 32 

Pratt, Parsons S., Dorset, Vt. 189 

Pratt, Theodore C, Auburn, N. H. 160 
*Prentice, Dwight N., N. Middleboro', 

Ms. 13, 134 

Prentiss, Norman A., Aurora, 111. I860 
Preston, E. T., Newton, Io. 
Preston, Ira M.. Marietta. O. 1848 

Preston, J. R., Orland, Ind. 105 

*Preston, Joseph P., Irvington, Neb 157 
Price, Francis M., A. B. C. F. M. 202 
Price, Lewis V., Somerville, Mass. 13, 137 
Price, Tbomas M., Feeding Hills, Ms. 127 
Prince, Newell A., W. Suffield, Ct. 90 
Prior, Isaac R., Great Bend, Ivan. 115 
Pritcliard, David E., Rome, N. Y. 172 
Probert, E., Oliphant, Pa. 183 

Prudden, Theo. P , Lansing, Mich. 145 
Puddefoot, William G., St. Iguace, 

Mich. 1880 

Push, Thomas. Fairfield, Neb. 1848 

Pnllan, Fred'k B., Grovestend, N J. 166 
Putnam, Austin, New Haven, Ct. 86 

Putnam, Geo. A , Millbury, Mass. 134 
Putnam, Hiram B., Burlington, Vt. 188 
Pyke, Charles, Waterbury, Ct. 1861 

Pyke, Jas. T., E. Concord, N. H. 13, 161 



Quaife, Robert. Palmyra, Wis. 1851 

Quavle, Tims. R,, N. Branch, Minn. 151 
Quick, Abram J., Plainfield, Ct. 89 

Quint, Alouzo H., Dover, N. H. 1853 

Rackliff, Almon J., Skowhepan, Me. 125 
Radford, Walter, N. Adams. Mich. 144,5 
Ragland. Fountain G., Mobile. Ala. 13,78 
Rainier, Martin T., Creston, Io. Ill 

Rand, Frank E.. A. B. C. F. M. 208 
Rand, Wilbur, Waldoboro, Me. 15, 125 
Rand, Wm. A., So. Seabrook, N. II. 164 
Rand.Wm. H., New Hampton, N. H.1872 
Rankin, Adam L., Petaluma, Cal. 1841 
Rankin , J. Fames. Orange, N. J. 15 1 66 
Rankin.Sam'l G.W.,Glastonbury,Ct.l841 
[Ranney, Timothy E.. deceased. 32 

Ranslow, Eugene J., Wells River, Vt. 190 
Ransom, Geo. R., Lawn Ridge, 111. 101 
Rawson. Edward K.. Chap. U. S. 

N., Charlestown, Mass. 1872 

Rawson, Geo. A., Seneca Falls, N Y. 172 
Rav, Charles B., 311 E. O. 7th st., 

New York, N. Y. 1846 

Ray, J. N., Cedar Cliff, N. C. 174 

*Ray, John W., Lake City, Minn 1853 
Ravmond, Alf'd C, New Haven. Ct. 1845 
Raynolds, Geo. C, A. B. C. F. M. 203 
Rea, John, Oakland, Cal. 1869 

Rea, John T., Cotuit, Mass. 1873 

Read, Eugene B., Loekport, 111. 101 

Read, Hollis, Somerville, N. J. 1829 

Reade, Wm. Churchill, Beverly, Ms. 1870 
Redeof, Richard, Sherman, Mich. 142, 7 
Redfield, Charles, Vernon, Ct. 1859 

Redlon, Amos, S. W. Harbor, Me. 125 
Reed, Albert C, Springfield, Mo 15,1863 
Reed, Arthur T., Cbardon, O 175 

Reed, David A , Spnngfield.Mass. 138 
Reed, Glover C, Wadsworth, O. 180 

Reed, Julius A., Davenport, Io. 1836 

Peed, Leonard, Erie, Pa. 1834 

Reed, Myron W., Denver, Col. 83 

Rees, Geo. M., Thurman. O. 12, 175 

Rees, Henry, Emporia, Kan. 114 

Rees, Jenkin, Oak Hill, O. 179 

Reid, Archibald S., Fulton, Wis. 196 
Reid, David C, Braiuerd, Minn 13, 149 
Reid, Thomas J., Iowa Falls. Io. 109 
Reiter. David H, Vicksburg, Mich. 147 
♦Reitzel.John R., Milwaukee, Wis. 55 ,1 883 
Relvea, Benj. J., Green's Farms, Ct. 91 
*Renshaw, Jas. B , Skokomish, W. T.194 
Reuth, Jacob, La Grange, Mo. 154 

Reynolds, George W., Stuart, Io. 110 
Reynolds, Lauriston, Auburn, Me.120, 3 
Reynolds. Wm. T., N. Haven, Ct. 92 
Rice, Augustus M., W. Tisbury, Ms. 139 
Rice, Chas. B., Danvers Centre, Ms. 130 
Rice, Edwin W., Ed., Phila , Pa. 1860 
Rice, Geo. G., Council Bluffs, Io. 1851 
Rice, Gihnan, East Sumner, Me. 125 



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253 



*Rice, Orthello V., Columbus, Neb. 156 
Rice, Thomas 0., Templeton, Mass. 138 
Rice, Walter, Brandon, Vt. 188 

Rich, Alonzo B., Short Mills, N. J. 1841! 
Richards, Chas. H., Madison, Wis. 197 
*Richards, Emanuel, Smith Centre, 

Kan. 114 

Richards, Erwin H.. A. B. C. F. M. 202 
Richards, Jacob P., Hammond, Wis. 1861 
Richards. Jarvis, Spearfish, Dak. 94 

Richards, Jehiel S , Waterford, Me. 125 
Richards, John L., 2835 Keeley av , 

Chicago, 111. 1844 

Richards, Jona. E., St. Johns, Mich. 147 
Richards, Richard, Cora. (). 178, 80 

Richards, Samuel, Republic, Mo. 153, 4 
Richards, W. R., Plainfield, N. J. 

15,1879 
Richardson, Albert M., Lawrence, 

Kan. 115,7 

Richardson, Charles A., Lenox, O. 178 
Richardson, Chauncev J., Newbury, 

Vt. 1878 

Richardson, Cyrus, Nashua, N H. 163 
Richardson, Daniel W., Perry, N. H. 161 
Richardson, Henry J., Lincoln, Ms. 133 
Richardson, Henry L, Depere, Wis. 196 
Richardson, John B , Hiawatha, Kan. 115 
Richardson, Martin L., Sturbridge, 

Ms 138 

Richardson, Nathan '1, Rockport, Ms. 1838 
Richardson, Sanford, Cazenovia, 111. 1854 
Richardson, Wm. T.,Bro\vnhelni, 175 
Richmond, James, Amsterdam, N. Y. 167 
Richmond, Thos. T., Taunton, Ms. 

15, 1832 
Ricker, Geo. S., Stillwater, Minn. 150, 2 
Ricketts, Chas. H., Rockville, Ct. 90 

Riddle, Matthew B., Hartford, Ct. 

61, 1862 
Riddle, Merchant S., Russell, Kan. 117 
Riedinger, Jacob P., Grafton, O. 175, 177 
Riggs, Alfred L., Santee Agency, 

Neb. " 1863 

Riggs, Chas B., Campus, 111. 100 

Riggs, E/.ra J., East Jaffrey, N. H. 163 
Riggs, Thomas L., Oahe, Dak. 93 

Rightmyer, P. M., Tallmau, N. Y. 173 
Rindell, Gilbert, Plymouth, Wis. 198 
Ritchie, Geo., Ketchum, Ida. 97 

Robbins, Alden B., Muscatine, Io. 110 
Robbins, Anson H., Clark, Dak. 93 

Robbins, Elijah, A. B. V. F. M. 202 

Robbins, Horace H., Port Arthur, 

Out., Ca. 1874 

Robbins, Silas W., Manchester, Ct. 87 
Roberts, E. P., The Dalles, Or. 1857 
Roberts, Geo. Lewis, Forrest, 111. 100 
Roberts, Griffith, Dawn, Mo. 153, 4 

*Roberts, Harlan P., Silverton, Col. 1878 
Roberts, Henry B., W. Hart ford, Ct. 91 
Roberts, Hiram P., Galesburg, 111. 1878 



Roberts, Jacob, Anburndale, Mass. 1839 
Roberts, James G , Decatur st., 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 168 

Roberts. James H., A. B. C. F. M. 202 
Roberts, Jno. B., Old Mission, Mch. 146 
Roberts, Joseph W., Dallas, Tex. 186 

* Roberts, L. A., Knoxville, Tenn. 1874 
Roberts, R. E., Big Rock, 111. 98 
Roberts, Thomas S., Muscotah, Kan. 

1876 
Roberts, Wm. G., Bellevue, 0. 175 

Robertson, Angus A., Vergennes, 

Vt. 13, 191 

Robie, Benjamin A., Grafton, Mass. 131 
Robie, Edward, Greenland, N. H. 162 
Robie. Thos. S., South Plymouth, Ms. 136 
*Rohinson, Edw. A., Hingham, Ms. 132 
Robinson, Ethelfred R. 1868 

Robinson, Harvey P., Irving, Mich. 143 
Robinson, Henry C, Litchfield, N. H. 

15, 1877 
Robinson, Stephen H., Waitsfield, Vt. 15 
Robinson, Wm. A., Homer, N. Y. 170 
Rockwell, Frank M., Cooperstown, 

Dak. 13, 92 

Rock wood, Geo. A., Oregon City, Or. 181 
Rodgers, Levi, Georgetown, Mass. 131 
Rodman, Daniel S., Wellesley, Ms. 1849 
Roe, Alvah D , Stillwater, Minn. 1867 
Rogers, A., Dunlap, Io. 108 

Rogers, Charles H., River Falls, Wis. 199 

* Rogers, Edward, Portland, Or. 1880 
♦Rogers, Enoch E., Morristown, 

Minn. 1869 

Rogers, George W., Gilsum, N. H. 162 
Rogers, Osgood W., Mt. Pleasant, 

Io. 13, 110 

Rogers, Samuel James, Toulon, 111. 103 
Rollins, John C, Hooksett, N. H. 162 
Rood, David, A. B. C. F. M. 202 

Root, Edward P., E. Hampton, Ct. 13, 85 
Root, F. Stanlev, New Haven, Ct. 

15, 1881 
Root, James P., Providence, R. I. 1865 
Ropes, Chas. J. H., Bangor, Me. 58, 1877 
Ropes, Wm. L., Andover, Mass. 57, 1853 
Rose, Edwin, Bowling Green, O. 179 
Rose, Henry T., Lowell, Mass. 133 

Rose, Luman P., Indianapolis, Ind. 

51, 1874 
Rose, Wm. F., Pecatonica, 111. 102 

Rose, Wm. W., Pittsfield, 111. 102 

Roseboro, Sam'l R., Mercer, Pa. 183 
Ross, A. Hastings, Port Huron, 

Mich. 57, 62, 146 

Ross, James H., S. Norwalk, Ct. 13, 88 
Ross, John A., Belfast, Me. 120 

Ross, Orville A., Westport, Cal. 
Rotch, Caleb L., Stoughton, Mass. 138 
Rounce, Joseph S., Janesville, Minn. 150 
Rowe, Alfred L., Sherman, O. 177 

Rowe, Geo. C, Mcintosh, Ga. 13, 97 



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[1885. 



*Ro\ve, Sam'l, W. Boxford, Mass. 1S78 
Rowell, John A., Francestown, N. H. 162 
Rowell, Jos., San Francisco, Cal. 1850 
*Rowland, John, Grand Rapids, Wis. 197 
Rowland, Lyman S , Lee, Mass. 133 

Rowland, Samuel, Stoneham, Pa. 1867 
Rowley, Chas. H., Westford, Mass. 139 
Rowley, Geo. B., Carthage, N. Y. 168, 9 
Rowley, Loveland T., Danville, Io. 108 
Roy, Joseph E., Field Supt. A. M. 

A., Atlanta, Ga. 1853 

Royce, LeRoy, Elmwood, 111. 100 

Ruddock, Chas. A., Hancock, Minn. 

149, 50 
Ruddock, Edw. N., Appleton, Minn. 
Ruffin, Henry A., New Orleans, La. 119 
*Ruland, Geo. W., Greenfield, N.H. 162 
*Rundell, O. 0., Little Falls, Minn. 1874 
Runnels, Moses T., Sanbornton, N.H. 164 
Russell, Charles H., Bridgeport, Ct. 1859 
Russell, Ezekiel, Holbrook, Mass. 1836 
Russell, Frank, Mansfield, O. 178 

Russell, Henry A., Cabot, Vt. 188 

Russell, Isaac, Monticello, Io. 
Rustedt, Heurv F., Shrewsbury, Vt. 1848 
Rutter, Peter J., Mancelona, Mich. 1883 
Rvder, Chas. J., Medina, O. 178 

Ryder, Win. H., Ann Arbor, Mich. 141 

Sabin, Joel G., Ogden, Io. Ill 

Sabin, Levi P., Elk Point, Dak. 92 

Safford, Albert A., Hay ward, Wis. 197 
*Safford, Alb't W., DesMoines, Io. 108 
Safford, George B., New York, N. Y. 1858 
Safford, Herman, Ripon, Wis. 1853 

Safford, John, Fond du Lac, Wis. 196 
Sailor, John, Grand Rapids, Mich. 1 G 
Sallenbach, Henry H., Lincoln, Neb. 1867 
Salmon, Edward P., Beloit, Wis. 1875 
*Salter, Charles C, Brooklyn, N. Y. 1859 
Salter, William, Burlington, Io. 107 

Sammous, Isaiah D.,W. Spring Creek, 

Pa. 183 

Sampson, Cassander C.,Pembroke,N.H. 

164 
Samuel, Robert W , Barnstable, Ms. 127 
Sanborn, Francis VV , Newbury, Ms. 

13, 15, 135 
Sanborn, Geo. M.,Little Rock.Ark. 14, 79 
Sanborne, George K., Hartford, Ct. 1857 
Sanders, Charles S., A. B. C. F. M 203 
Sanders, Clarendon M.,Cheyeuue, Wy. 

200 
Sanders William H., A. B. C. F. M. 202 
Sanderson, John l\, Detroit, Mich. 1876 
Sands, John D., Belmond, Io. 107 

Sauford, Elias B., Westbrook, Conn. 91 
Sanford, Enoch, Raynham, Mass. 1822 
Sauford, William C, Gaylord,Kan. 115, 7 
Sargent, Benj. F., Gr Rapids, Mich. 144 
Sargent, Clarence S., New Haven, Vt. 190 
Sargent, Frank 1)., Brookline, N. H. 161 



*Sargent, Geo. W., Granite Falls, 

Minn. 149 

Sargent, Moses F., Roscoe, 111. 103 

Sargent, Roger M., Sandoval, 111. 99, 103 
Saundersou, Henry H., Amoskeag, 

N. H. 1848 

Savage, Charles A., Berkeley, Cal. 80 
Savage, George S. F., 112 West 

Washington st , Chicago, 111. 1847 

Savage, John W., Cohasset, Mass. 
Savage, John W., Lake Linden, Mich. 

15,144 
Savage, William T., Quincv, 111. 1838 
Sawin, Theo. P., Lyndeboro, N. H. 163 
Sawiu, T. Parsons, jr., Medford, Ms. 134 
*Sawyer, Daniel, Hopkinton, N. H. 1846 
*Sawyer, Stowe, 112 N. W. ave., 

Chicago, 111. 1S84 

Scarritt, William R., Amherst, Ms. 1877 
Schaerer John, Crete, Neb. 1S65 

Schauffier, Adolphus F., 260 4th 

ave., New York, N. Y. 16, 1871 

Schauffier, Henry A., Cleveland, 0. 

51, 1865 
Schermerhorn, Peter, Ray Centre, Mich. 
13, 142, 146 
Scheuerle, Gottlieb, Emanuel, Neb. 157 
Schlichter, John B., Sterling, Kan. 1873 
Schlosser, George, Paxton, 111. 1833 

Schneider, Henry E.,Versailles,Mo.l53, 5 
Schneider, Jacob, Crete, Neb. 
Schorield, William, Irasbnrg, Vt. 189 
Schoppe, W. Gleason, Pepperell, 

Mass. 136 

Schorl), George, Top ka, Kan. 
Schwarzauer, Charles M., Fin. Agt. 
Germ. Theo. Sem. St Catherine, Mo. 

1878 
Scofield, Abishai, Cos Cob, Ct. 1837 

Scofield, Cvrus I., Dallas, Tex. 186 

Scofield, Wm. C, Westhampton.Ms. 1851 
Scoles, Richard, W. Avon, Conn. 84 

Scotford, Henry C, 1429 E. Eigh- 
teenth st , Kansas City, Mo. 13, 154 
Scott, Andrew J., Evanstou, 111. 100 

*Scott, Charles, Wrentham, Ms. 1854 
Scott, Darius B , Cl.nton, Ms. 162 

Scott, Enos B., Onekama, Mich. 146 

Scott, Erastus H., Columbus, O. 176 

Scott, George, Sutton, Neb. 1881 

Scott, George H., Rockland, Me. 124 
Scott, George R. W., Fitchburg, Ms. 131 
Scott, Hugh" M., 520 Adams St., Chica- 
go, 111. 59 
Scott, John, Onaga, Kan. 116 
Scott, Nelson, Amherst, Mass. 1846 
Scott, Willard, Omaha, Neb. 158 
Scoville, Frank C, Saugeries, N. Y. 172 
Scoville, Samuel, Stamford, Ct. 90 
Scribuer, Leonard M., Westmoreland, 

Kan. 1871 

Scroggs, Joseph W., Rogers, Ark. 1879 



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255 



Scud tier, Evarts, Gr. Barrington, Ms. 131 
Scudder, Henry M., 206 28th St., Chi- 
cago, 111. 99 
Scudder, John L., Minneapolis, Minn. 150 
Scudder, William W.. India. 203 
Scurr, Wm., Sanlt St. Marie. Mich. 147 
Seahury, Joseph B., Dedham, Ms. 1875 
Seagrave, James C, Peru, Mass. 136 
Seaton, Chas. M.. Essex Junction, Vt. 1 836 
Seaver, Charles H., Jefferson, HI. 100 
Seaver.Wm. R., Traverse City, Mich. 147 
Seccombe, Cliarles, Springfield, Dak. 94 
Seeley, James N., A. B. C. F. M. 203 
Seeley, Nicholas J., Avon, Ct. 84 
Seeley, Raymond H., Haverhill, Ms. 132 
Seeley, Wiu.H., Wading River.N.Y. 173 
Seelve, Julius H., Pres.,Am!ierst, Ms. 127 
Seelye, L. Clark, Pies., Northampton, 

Mass 1863 

Seelve, Sam'l T.. Easthampton, Ms. 1846 
Seiler, Martin, Richland, Kan. 1855 

Selden, Calvin, Bevier, Mo. 153, 154 

Selden, Edw. C, Manchester, N. H. 163 
Selden, Joseph H., Erie, Pa. 15, 1882 
Sell, Henry T , Cortland, N. Y. 168 

Sengstacke, John H. H., 30 Harris st., 

Savannah, Ga. 97 

Sessions, Alexander J., Beverly, Ms. 1838 
Sessions, Joseph W., Chaplin," Ct. 1833 
Sessions, Samuel, St. John's, Mich. 1832 
Severance, Milton L., Manchester, 

Vt. 189 

Sewall, Alb. C, William stown, Ms. 140 
Sewall, David B., York, Me. 126 

Sewall, John L., Westminster, Vt. 192 
Sewall. John S., Bangor, Me. 587, 1859 
*Sewall, Joseph B., S. Braintree, Ms. 1855 
Sewall, Wm , South Royalton, Vt. 191 
[Sewall, William S., deceased. 32 

Seward, Arthur L., Echo, Utah. 1883 
*Seward, Augustus, Vineland, N. J. 166 
Seward, Dwight M., South Norwalk 

Ct. ' 15, 1836 

Seward, Edwin D , Laclede, Mo. 1843 
Sexton, W. C, Vineland, N. J. 1867 

Sexton, Wilson D., Saybrook, Ct. 89 
Seymour, Bela N., Huntington, Ct. 87 
Seymour, Cliarles N., Tolland, Ct. 90 
Seymour, Charles R.,Winchester,Ms. 140 
Seymour, Henry, East Hawley, Mass. 132 
Seymour, Joel M., Norwalk, O. 1873 

Shannon, W. H. N., Parkville, N. Y. 1881 
Sharpe, Andrew, Hebron, Ct. 1846 

Sharpley, G. H., Mitchelville, Io. 110, 111 
Shattnck, Amos F., Hollis, N. H. 1868 
Shattuck, Calvin S., Litchfield, Mch. 145 
Shaw, Edwin Watts, Paris, Mich. 146 
Shaw, Frederick E., Brewer Vil- 
lage, Me. 121, 123 
Shaw, George W., Ashton, Dak. 13, 92 
Shaw, Luther, Tallmadge, O. 1830 
Shaw, William, Atlanta, Ga 



Shaw, William H, Braintree, Mass. 1880 
Shedd, Cliarles. Zumbrota, Minn. 1842 
Sheldon, Chas. B., Excelsior, Minn. 1857 
Sheldon, Stewart, Yankton, Dak. 

1854, 51 
Shelton, Charles W., 112 West Wash 

iiigton St., Chicago, 111. 1881, 52 

Shepherd, Samuel, Wyandotte, Kan. 118 
*Sherman, Barker B., Wollaston, 

Mass. 13, 136 

Sherman, Eugene L., Oneida, 111. 102 
Sherman, Floyd E., Stockton, Kan. 117 
Sherrill, Alvan F., Omaha, Neb. 158 

Slierrill, Dana, Savannah, Ga. 1873 

[Sherrill, Franklin G., deceased. 32 

Sherrill, Samuel B., West Bloom- 
field, N. Y. 173 
Sherwin, Aimer T., Winnebago 

Agency, Minn. 1878 

Sherwin,' John C, Eau Claire, Wis. 1840 
*Shiere, Peter B., Somerville, Mass. 1874 
Shipman, Samuel B , Cleveland, O. 176 
Sln'pman, Thos. L., Jewett City, Ct. 1826 
Shippen, John M., Florence. Ala. 78 

Shirley, Arthur. Upton, Mass. 139 

*Shorev, H. Allen. Maplewood, Ms. 134 
*Shuart, Benj. F., Billings, Mont. 1883 
Shnll, Gilbert L., Ivanhoe, 111. 100 

Shultz, John D., Dundee, Mich. 1865 
*Shurtleff, David, Petersham, Ms. 

13, 136 
Sibley, James W , Litchfield, O. 178 

Sidebotham, Wm. Memphis, Mich. 145 
Sikes, Lewis E., Onaga, Kan. 1848 

Sillence, Wm. E., Manistee, Mich. 143 
Simmons, Henry C, Fargo, Dak. 51, 1872 
Simmons, Z.. Strieby, N. C. 174 

Simpson, John W , Cincinnati, 0. 176 
Sims, John R., Shelby Iron Works, 

Ala. 78 

Sims, Thomas, Oriska, Dak. 93, 94 

Sims, Yancey B., Little Hock, Ark. 
Sinclair, Wm. A., Andover, Mass. 186 
Single. John, Lansing Ridge, lo. 109 
Sink, Rawson H., Grass Valley, Cal. 80 
Sinnett, Chas. N., Harlan, Io. 107 

Skeele, Arthur F., Augusta, Me. 

13, 16, 120 
Skeels, Henry M., Pingree Gr've, 111. 103 
Skentelburv, Win. H., S. Haven, Mich. 

1875 
Skiles, James H., Orient, Io. 109, 112 
Skinner, Alfred L., Bucksport, Me. 1854 
Skinner, Edw., Blue Rapids, Kan. 114, 7 
Slack, Ezra A., Reed's Ferry, N. H. 163 
Slack, Henry L., Bethel, Ct. 84 

Slater, Charles G., Warrensburg, 111 100 
Sleeper, William T., Worcester, Ms. 140 
Sleeper, Wm. W., A. B. C. F. M. 203 
Slocum, G. M. D., Gilman, Io. 109, 111 
Slocum, Wm. F., Baltimore, Md. 13, 126 
Small, Fred L., Guildhall, Vt. 189 



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[1885. 



Small, Uriel W., Onida, Dak. 93 

Smart, William S., Albany, N. Y. 167 
Smith, Andrew J., Neosho, Mo. 154 

Smith, Arthur H , A. B. C. F. M. 202 
Smith, Asa B., Sherwood, Tenn. 186 

Smith, Azro A., Johnson, Vt. 189, 92 
Smith, Burritt A., Worcester, Ms. 1865 
Smith, Charles, Andover, Mass. 1S47 
Smith, Chas. B., W. Medford, Ms 130, 9 
Smith, Chas. S., Montpelier.Vt. 51, 1855 
*Smith, Clifford H., Sherburne, Vt. 1882 
Smith, Edward A., Farmingtou, Ct. S6 
Smith, Edward G., Sharon, Mass. 137 
Smith, Edw. H., Michigan City, Ind. 105 
Smith, Edward P., Worcester, Mass. 
Smith, Edwin, Mavnard, Mass. 134 

Smith, Edwin G-, Morrison, 111. 1850 

Smith, Elijah P., Wilton, Io. 1 13 

Smith, Emersou F., Humboldt, Kan. 1875 
Smith, EzraN., Waterville, Me. 125 

Smith, Frederick H., Woodburn, 111. 104 
Smith, George, Northwood Bridge, N. H. 

1853 
Smith, George, Whitewater, Wis. 1868 
Smith George H., Cincinnati, O. 176 
Smith, Geo. L. 81 

Smith, George S., Raleigh, N. C. 174 
Smith, Henry H., Hopkins, Mich. 142,4 
Smith, Hinds, Oberlin, O. 1871 

*Smith, Ira A., S Dartmouth, Ms. 130 
Smith, Irem W., Becket, Mass. 1858 
Smith, Isaiah P., Falmouth, Me. 122 

Smith, James E., Normal, 111. 101 

Smith, James F., Crete, 111. 99 

Smith, James W., A. B. C. F. M. 203 
Smith, J. Malcolm, Olivet, Mich. 
[Smith, John C, deceased. 33 

Smith, John D., Louisville, Ky. 118 

Smith, John E., DeSmet, Dak. [0.] 1877 
Smith, John F., A. B. C. F. M. 203 

Smith, Joseph, Bangor, Me. 1842 

Smith, Jos. E .Chattanooga, Tenn. 1S6 
Smith, Judson, Boston, Mass. 45, 1866 
Smith, L. Adams, Oneida, Kan 116 

Smith, Lowell W., A. B. C. F. M. 203 
Smith, Lucius, Strongsville, O. 1841 

Smith, M. Henry, Reading, Kan. 116 
Smith, Mortimer, Byron, 111. 1868 

Smith, Moses, Detroit, Mich. 143 

Smith, Nathaniel, Geneseo, 111. 
Smith, Nicholas E., Brooklvn, N. Y. 

170, 1845 
Smith, Oscar M., Hawley, Minn. 151 
Smith, Pliny S , Kidder, Mo. 1S64 

Smith, Ralph J., N. Fairfield. O. 14, 177 
Smith, Simon P., Knoxville, Tenn. 186 
Smith, Stephen, River Point, R. I. 185 
Smith, Stephen D, Orlando, Fla. 1875 
Smith, Thomas S., A. B. C. F. M. 202 
Smith, Wilder, Hartford, Ct. 1862 

Smith, William A , Groton, N. Y. 169 
Smith, William E., Odell, 111. 101 



Smith, William H., La Moille, 111. 1879 
Smith, Win J., Whitehall, Mich. 1844 
Smith, Wm. S., Auburndale, Mass. 1854 
♦Smock, Woodford D., Schuyler, Neb. 

1883 
Smyth, Egbert C, Andover, Ms. 57, 1856 
Smvth, Newman, New Haven, Ct. 88 
Snell, M. Porter, Washington, D. C. 

1870 
Snell, Spencer, Talladega, Ala. 13, 78 
Snell, Wm. Ward, Rushford, Minn. 151 
Snelson, Floyd, Mcintosh, Ga. 97 

Snow, Benjamin P., Biddeford,Me. 1870 
Snow, Frederick E., S. Windsor, Ct. 90 
Snowden, James E., Oskaloosa, Io. Ill 
Snyder, Peter M., Middletown, Ct. 13, 87 
*Somerville, W. C, Newport, Vt. 1851 
*Somes. Arthur H., W. Warren, Ms. 1866 
Soper, George E., Madison. N. Y. 13, 170 
Southgate, Charles M., Worcester, 

Mass. 15,130 

Southworth, Alden, Woodstock, Ct. 1865 
South worth. Edward, Harvard, Neb. 157 
South worth, Francis, Portland, Me. 124 
Spalding. Geo. B., Manchester, N. H. 103 
Spalding, S. J., Salmon Falls, N. H. 164 
*Sparks, David F., Chetopa, Kan. 1880 
Sparling, E. H., Normal Park. 111. 1871 
Sparrow, Josiah P., Buffalo, Wy. 200 
Spaulding, Wayland, Poughkeepsie, 

N. Y. 13, 172 

[Spaulding, William A., deceased. 33 
[Spaulding, William S., deceased. 33 
Spear, Charles V., Prof., Pittsfield, 

Mass. 1852 

Speare, S. Lewis B., Middlebury, Vt. 190 
Spees, Francis, Odana. Wis. 
Spell, William, Bancroft, Io. 1856 

Spelman, Levi P., Covert, Mich. 142 
Sneuce, Adam K . Prof., Nashville, 

'Tenn. 1872 

Spencer, David B., Abingdon, 111. 14, 98 
Speucer, George M., Reno, Nev. 160 

Spencer, Judson G., Norfolk, Neb. 158 
Sperry, Willard G., Peabody, Mass. 136 
Spooner, Charles, Olivet, Mich. 147 

Snoor. Orange H., Charlotte, Mich. 142 
Sprague, Frank M., Springfield. Ms. 138 
Sprague, William P., .4. B. V. F. M. 202 
Spring, Juhn W., Linwood, Kan. 115 
*Spring, Leverett W., Prof., Law- 
rence, Kan. 1868 
Spyker, Simon, Ithaca, Wis. 197, 199 
Squier, Edgar A., Winooski, Vt. 188 
Squires, Edmund, Warwick, Mass. 139 
Squires, Norman J., West Haven, Ct. 89 
Staats, Henry T., Bristol, Ct. 84 
Stafford, Burnett T., Norwalk, Fla. 96 
Stanley, Charles A., A. B. C. F. M. 202 
Stanton, Geo. F., S.Weymouth, Ms. 140 
Stanton, Robert P., Norwich, Ct. 1848 
Staples, John C, Littleton, Mass. 130 



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257 



Staples, Piatt R., Friendship, Wis 196, 8 
Stapleton, Robert, Maple Rapids, 

Mich. 143, 5 

Starbuck, Charles C, Andover, Ms. 1855 
Starr, Edward O, Northfield, Ct. 87 

Starr, M. A., San Francisco, Cal. 
*Starr, Otis A., Montevideo, Minn. 1871 
Staver, Daniel, Greeley, Col. 83 

St. Clair, P., Osceola, Neb. 158, 9 

Stearns, Charles C.,W. Hartford.Ct. 1875 
Stearns, Daniel M., Boston, Mass. 128 
Steams, George W., Patten, Me. 122, 4 
Stearns, Josiah H., Epping, N. H. 162 
Stearns, Lewis F., Bangor, Me. 58, 1873 
Stebbins, Chas. E., Brookfield, Ms. 129 
Stebbins, Herbert W., Athol, Mass. 127 
Stebbins, Milan C, Cornwall, Vt. 14, 188 
Steele, Charles E., New Britain, Ct. 1871 
Steele, Edward S-, Middlebury, Vt. 1877 
Sterling, George, Glover, Vt. 15, 189 

Stevens, Alfred W., Westminster, Vt. 192 
Stevens, Asahel A., Peoria, 111. 1848 

Stevens, Chas. H., Alma, Mich. 141, 2 
Stevens.Chauncey C ,33 West Thir- 
ty-third St., New York, N. Y. 1832 
Stevens, Henry A., Bristol, R. I. 184 
Stevens, Julius, Breckenridge, Mo. 153 
Stevens, Moody A., Minneapolis, 

Minn. 
Stevenson, John 0., Shenandoah, Io. 112 
[Stewart, Amasa, deceased. 34 

Stewart, Jeremiah D., Hastings, 

Neb. 55, 1872 

Stewart, William C, Etna Mills, Cal. 80 
Stewart, Wm. M., Puyallup, W. T. 1860 
Stickel, E. C, Nashville, Tenn. 
Stickuey, Edwin IL, Detroit City, 

Minn. 149, 50 

Stiles, William C, 3545 Page ave., 

St. Louis, Mo. 14, 154 

Stimson, Henry A., Worcester, Mass. 140 
Stimson, Martin L., A. B. C. F. M. 202 
St. John, Benjamin, Des Moines, Io. 1880 
St. John, Sam'l N., Georgetown, Ct. 1850 
Stocking, Jas. B., Chatham Centre, Q. 176 
Stoddard, Judson B., Cheshire, Ct. 1850 
Stoddart, William, Black Earth, Wis. 195 
Stokes, William T., Rodman, N. Y. 1 72 
Stone, And. L., San Francisco, Cal. 1844 
Stone, Clarendon A., Ravenna, 0.15, 179 
Stone, Edward G., Acworth, N. H. 160 
Stone, Edward P., Arkdale, Mich. 1861 
Stone, George, North Troy, Vt. 1842 
*Stoue, Henry J., N. Rochester, Ms. 

133, 7 
Stone, James P , Dalton, N. H. 161 

Stone, JohnF., Montpelier, Vt. 1829 
Stone, Levi H., Castlecon, Vt. 1839 

Stone, Richard C, Bunker Hill, 111. 1834 
Stone, Rollin S., Chatham, N. J. 166 

Stone, Svdney, Pierce City, Mo. 154 

Storer, Henry G., Scarboro, Me. 1850 



Storm, Julius E., Rising City, Neb. 

158,9 
Storrs, Richard S., 80 Pierrepont st., 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 167 

Storrs, Sylvester D , Topeka, Kan. 1858 
*Stout, William D., Lickley's Cor- 
ners, Mich. 1854 
Stoutenberg, Luke I., Newton, N. J. 1842 
*Stovenour, Fred'k, Portland, Iud. 105 
Stover, Wesley M., A. B. C. F. M. 202 
Stowe, Calvin *E., Hartford, Ct. 1823 
Stowe, Charles E., Hartford, Ct. 86 
Stowell, Abijah, Windsor, Mass. 140 
Stowell, Alex. D., Berkshire, N. Y. 1858 
Strasenburgh, George, Lima, N. Y. 1862 
Street, George E., Exeter, N. H. 162 
Street, Owen, Lowell, Mass. 133 
[Strickland, Micah W., deceased. 34 
Strieby, Michael E., 56 Reade st., 

New York, N. Y. 52,1849 

Strong, Charles, Rochester, N. Y. 1852 
Strong, Charles B.,Tilton,N. H. 161, 165 
Strong, David A., E. Grauby, Ct. 15, 85 
Strong, Edward, Boston, Mass. 1842 

Strong, Eluathan E., Ed., Auburn- 
dale, Mass. 45, 1859 
*Strong, Guy Chandler, Paxton, 111. 1853 
Strong, Jacob H., Clayton, Cal. 80, 81 
Strong, James M., Waukegau, 111. 104 
Strong, J. W., Pres., Northfield,Minn.l862 
*Strong, John C, Centre Chain, 

Minn. 1846 

*Strong, John M., Sharon, Wis. 1861 
Strong, JohnW., Corpus Christi,Tex. 186 
Strong, Josiah, Cincinnati, O. 176 

Strong, Sidnev D., Medina, 0. 14, 18S4 
Stryker, M. Woolsey, Holyoke, Mass. 132 
[Stuart, Robert, deceased. 34 

Stubbins, William H., Aten, Neb. 1596 
Stubbs, Robt. S., Portland, Or. 
Sturges, Albert A., A. B. C. F. M. 203 
*Sturges, Fred'k E., Natick, Ms. 14, 135 
Sturges, Thos. B.,Greenfield Hill, Ct. 1842 
Sturtevant,JulianM.,Jacksonville,I11.1829 
Sturtevant, Julian M., Cleveland, O. 

15, 173 
Sturtevant, William H., Little Comp- 

tor>, R. I. 1S56 

Sullivan, Andrew J., Norwich, Ct. 88 

Sumner, Charles B., Tucson, Ariz. 51, 79 
Sumner, Charles E., Spencer, Mass. 1873 
Suss, William, Crete, Neb. 1876 

Sutherland, Wm. L., Medford, Minn. 150 
Swain, Augustus C, Groveland, Ms. 131 
Swallow, Joseph E., Somerville, Ms. 125 
[Swift, Alfred B., deceased. 34 

Swift, Aurelius S.,W. Randolph, Vt. 1838 
Swift, Eliphalet Y., Denmark, Io. 108 
Swing, Albert T., Fremont, Neb. 157 
Swinnerton, Wm. T., Plainfield, Vt. 190 
Switzer, Christopher J., W. Town- 
shend, Vt. 1857 



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[1885. 



Switzer, Samuel H., , N. Y. 1874 

Sylvester, Charles 8., Hartford, Ct. 1874 

Symington, (lias.. Litchfield, Ct. 87 

*Syvret, John, Worcester, Mass. 1873 

Tade, Ewing 0., Oakland, Cal. 1S61 
Taft, Jay M., Lynn, Mass. 133 

Taintor, Charles H., Sect. A. C. U., 

Chicago, 111. 15, 1879 

Taintor, Jesse F., Fergus Falls, 

Minn. 15,150 

Talbot, Benjamin, Columbus, 0. 1864 
Talbot, Henry L., Durham, N. H. 1873 
Talcott, Daniel S., Prof., Baugor, 

Me. 1836 

Tanner, Edward A., Pres., Jack- 
sonville, 111. 1873 
Tapley, Eli, Columbus, Miss. 153 
*Tappan, Benj., Norridgewock, Me. 123 
Tappau, Charles L., Concord, N. H. 1864 
Tappan, Daniel D., Weld, Me. 1826 
Tarbox, Increase N.,W. Newton, Ms.1842 
Tatlock, John, Pittsfield, Mass. 1852 
Taylor, David F., Steilacoom, W. T. 81 
Taylor, Edward, Binghamton, N.Y. 1847 
[Taylor, Frank H., deceased. 35 
Taylor, George E., Clay Centre, Neb. 156 
Tavlor, Graham, Hartford, Ct. 86 
Taylor, Horace J., Cow Run, 0. 176, 178 
Taylor, James F., Saugatuck, Mich. 1835 
Taylor, Jeremiah, Provideuce, R. I. 

51, 184 
Taylor, John G., Melrose, Mass. 134 

[Taylor, John L., deceased. 35 

Taylor. John P., Andover, Ms. 57, 1 868 
Taylor, Lathrop, Rutland, 111. 103 

Taylor, Ravnesford, Sebastopol, Cal. 80 
Tavlor, Wallace, A. B. C. F. M. 202 
Tavlor.Wm., Rochester, N. Y. 16, 169, 71 
Tavlor, William M., 5 West Thirty- 
fifth St., New York, N. Y. 65, 171 
Tead, Ewd.S., Somerville, Ms. 14, 15, 138 
Tebbets, Arthur II., Dodge Centre, 

Minn. 149 

Teel, William H., Walpole, N. H. 165 
Teele, Albert K., Blue Hill, Ma?s. 134 
Tefft, Henry M., West Greece, N.Y. 
Teller, Daniel W., Sherburne, N. Y. 172 
Temple, Charles, Otsego, Mich. 1851 
Temple, Jos. H., Framingham, Ms. 1845 
Tenney, Charles, Chester, N. H. 161 

Tenney, Charles D., A. B. C. F. M. 202 
Tenney, Dan'l Edgewater Park,N.J. 1845 
Tenney, Edward P., Pres., Colorado 

Springs, Col. 1859 

Tenney, Francis V., Ipswich, Mass. 1845 
Tenney, Henry M., Cleveland, O. 176 
Tennev, Herbert M., Wallingford, Ct. 90 
*Tenney, Leon B., Tucson, Ariz. 1882 
Tenney, Leonard, Waterbury, Vt. 1845 
Tenuey, Marcus D., Junction City, 
Kan. 115 



Tenney, Sewall, Ellsworth, Me. 1831 
Tenney, Wm. A., Rio Vista, Cal. 81 
Terry, Calvin, N. Weymouth, Ms. 1846 
Tewksbury, Geo. A., Plymouth, Ms. 136 
Tewksbury, George F., Lvman, Me. 1838 
Thain, Alexander R., Ga'lesburg, 111. 100 
Thayer, Henry E., Ogden, Utah, 187 
Thayer, Henry O., Woolwich, Me. 126 
Thayer, J. Henry, Cambridge, Ms. 1859 
Thayer, Peter B., Garland, Me. 122 

Thayer, Thatcher, Newport, R. I. 1P4 
Thayer, William M., Franklin, Ms. 1847 
*Thlng, Milo P. J., Linwood, Neb. 

14, 156, 8 
Thomas, Evan, Vershire, Vt. 191 

Thomas, Hugh E., Idlewood, Pa. 183 
Thomas, Ivor, Brookfield, 0. 175 

Thomas, John D., Arvonia, Kan. 
Thomas, John G., Newark, 0. 177, 8 

Thomas, John M., Alliance, 0. 175 

Thomas, Lewis J., Reed City, Mich. 146 
Thomas, Ozro A., Montesano, W. T. 193 
Thomas, Reuen, Brookline, Mass. 129 
Thomas, Rich. H., Reinbeck, Io. 110, 1 
Thomas, Rob. D.,Knoxville, Tenn. 1870 
Thomas, Thomas, Soddy, Tenn. 
Thomas, Thomas D., Red Oak, Io. 1881 
Thomas, William, Arvonia, Kan. 
Thomas, Wm. A..W. Springfield, Ms.139 
Thomas, Wm. H., Leavenworth, Kan. 115 
Thomas, William H., Lucas, Io. 107 

Thome, Arthur M., Tremont, 111. 103 
Thompson, A. W., Oakfield, Io. 1880 
Thompson, Alb. H., Wakefield, N.H 165 
Thompson, Augustus C.Roxburv, Ms.128 
Thompson, Chas.W.,N.Woodstock,Ct. 91 
Thompson, Frank., Valparaiso, 14, 205 
Thompson, George, Oberlin, O. 1848 
Thompson, Geo W., Stratham, N.H. 1840 
Thompson, Howard S., Grey's Mills, 

Pa. 183 

Thompson, J. Charles, West Mill, 

Grove, O. 178, 80 

Thompson, John C, Clarksfield, O. 176,7 
Thompson, Leander, N.Woburn, Ms. 1838 
Thompson, M. M., Mo. 18(18 

Thompson, Mitchell, Helena, Tex. 186 
Thompson, Nathan, Groton, Mass. 1865 
Thompson, Oren C, Detroit, Mich. 1834 
Thompson, Wm., Hartford, Ct. 61,1833 
Thompson, W T illiam S., Acton, Me. 120 
Thomson, A. Eugene, Chester Cross 

Roads, O. 14,176,77 

Thomson.William J.,E. Canaan, Ct. 1886 
Thornton, James B., Scarboro', Me. 1851 
Thrall, Geo S., New Milford, Ct. 15, 88 
Thrall, Homer, Garden City, Kan. 115 
Thrall,Jas.B., Salt Lake City, Utah, 187, 8 
Thrall, Samuel R., Galesburg, 111. 1842 
Thrall, William H., Tougaloo, Miss. 1881 
Thurston, Chas. A. G., Laconia.N. H. 163 
Thurston, Henry W. L.,Goshen,N.H. 162 



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259 



Thurston, John R., Whitinsville, Ms. 135 
Thurston, Philander, Sutton, Ms. 1809 
Thurston, Rich'd B., Round Hill, Ct. 86 
[Thurston, Stephen, deceased. 35 

Thwing, Charles F., Cambridge, Ms. 129 
Thwing, Edward P., 156 St. Mark's 

Place, Brooklyn, N. Y. 1858 

*Thvng, John II., Stoddard, N. H. 164 
Tibbets, Dallas 1)., Salem, Io. Ill 

Tilden, Lucius L., Nashua, N. H. 1830 
Tillotson, Geo. J., Wetherstield. Ct. 1831 
Tilton, George H., Rehoboth, Mass. 137 
Tingley, Edwin S., Dudley, Mass. 130 
Tinker, Anson P., Detroit, Mich. 16,1878 
Tinker, Jos. E., Sinclairville, N. Y. 172 
Tisdale, Wm. R., Townsend, Mass. 1847 
Titcomb, Philip, Kensington, N. H. 163 
[Titcomb, Stephen, deceased. 36 

Titsworth, Judson, Milwaukee. Wis. 198 
Titus, Herbert R., Wilmington, Vt. 

189, 92 
Tobey, Isaac F., Loriu, Cal. 80 

Tohey, Rufus B., Helena, Mont. 155 

*T<>hias, John J., Bloomington, 111. 98 
Todd, Alwin E., Chester, Mass. 129 

Todd, David E., Morton, 111. 14 

Todd, Henrv C, Pittsfield, Wis. 16, 198 
Todd, H. C, Cleburne, Tex. 1838 

Todd, John, Tabor, Io. 1844 

Todd, John E.. New Haven, Ct. 88 

*Todd, John W., Paynesville, Minn. 151 
Todd. Quintus C, Genoa, Neb. 157, 158 
Tomblen, Chas. L., Agawam, Ms. 127 
Tomes, Isaac N., Big Rock, Io. 1858 

Tomlinson, J., Logan, Longwood, Fla. 

1872 
Tomlinson, Jos. A. .Philadelphia, Pa. 1872 
Tompkins, Frank P., Claremont, 

N. H. 161 

[Tompkins, George T., deceased. 36 

Tompkins, James, 112 W. Washing- 
ton st., Chicago, 111. 51, 1867 
Tompkins, Wm. R., Wrentham, Ms. 140 
Tooker, John F., Jetmore, Kan. 117 
Torrev, Henry A. P., Prof., Burling- 
ton," Vt. 1865 
Torrey, Joseph, Yarmouth, Me. 126 
Torrev, Reuben A., Minneapolis, 

Minn. 14,151 

Towle, Charles A., Monticello, To. 110 
Towle, James A., Prof., Ripon, Wis. 1871 
Towne, Joseph 11., Milwaukee, Wis. ls:;-_> 
*Tozer, Robert II.. N Raynham, Ms. 137 
Tracy, Alfred E , Wilton, N. H. 165 

Trac'v, Hiram A., Sutton. Mass. 1835 
Tracy, James E., A. B. C. F. M. 202 
Tracy, Melville M., Anthony, Kan. 

113, 1S77 
Tracy, William, Granville, 111. 100 

Trask, John L. R., Lawrence, Ms. 

14, 133 
Triffit, James M., Lodi, 0. 187 



Trowbridge, John P., W. Woodstock, 

Ct. 91 

Trowbridge, Tillman C, A. B. C. 

F. M. 205 

Trueblood, Jasper, Mauckport, Ind. 

104, 105 
Trumbull, David, Valparaiso, Chili, 203 
Trumbull, H. Clav, Ed., Phila., Pa. 1862 
Tubb, Win H., Martinez, Cal. 80,2 

Tuck, J. Webster, Middletown, Ct. 1843 
Tuck, Mark W., (Jen Arbor, Mich. 141 
Tucker, Ebenezer, Union Citv, Ind. 
Tucker, Joshua T., Boston, Ms. 1837 
Tucker, Wm. J., Andover, Ms. 57, 1867 
Tufts, James, Monson, Mass. 1844 

Tunnel], Robert M.,Manhattan, Kan. 116 
Tapper, Henrv M., Ontario, 111. 102 

Turner, Asa, Oskaloosa, Io. 1830 

Turner, Benj R., Phillipsburg, Kan. 

113, 5 
Turner, Edwin B.. Owego, N. Y. 1 843 
*Turner, Herbert B., Washington, Ct. 90 
Turner, Josiah W.. Strongsville, 0. 180 
Turner, Wm. R., Breckeuridge, Col. 83 
Turner, William W., Hartford, Ct. 1828 
Tntbill, Edward B., San Mateo, Cal. 82 
*Tuttle, Harmon B., St. Charles, 

Minn. 1875 

Tuttle, John E., Westport, Ct. 91 

Tuttle, William G., Ware, Mass. 139 
Twichell, Joseph H, Hartford, Ct. 86 
Twining, Kinsley, Ed., 257 Broadwav, 

New York, [R. I.] 1858 

[Twining, William, deceased. 36 

Twitchell, Justin E.,East Boston, Ms. 128 
Twombly, Alex. S.Charlestown, Ms. 128 
Tyler, Amorv II., Camden, Me. 121 

Tyler, Charles M., Ithaca, N. Y. 170 
Tyler, Henry F., Minneapolis, Minn. 

14, 151 
Tyler, Henry M., Prof., Northamp- 
ton, Mass. 1872 
Tvler, Josiah, A. B. C. F. M. 204 
Tyler, Wm. S , Prof , Amherst, Ms. 1859 

*Uiterwick, Henry, Grand Rapids, 

Mich. 144 

Underwood, Almon.Irvington, N.J. 1837 
Underwood, Rufus S-, Irvington,N.J. 

1867 
Updyke, Stephen G., Watertown, Dak. 94 
Upson, Henry, New Preston, Ct. 1862 
Upton, Augustus G., Norwich, N. Y. 171 
Upton. John R., Sibley, Io. 1851 

Upton, Jona. S., Bridgewater, N. Y. 167 
Utlev, Wells II. , Parsons, Kan. 116 

Uzzell, Chas. C, Denver, Col. 83 

Vaile. Chas. S., Santa Barbara, Cal. 82 
Vaill, Henrv M., Staffordville, Ct. 90 
Vaill, William K., Packardville, Ms. 136 
Valentine, Fletcher A., Monroe, O. 178 



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[1885. 



[Valentine, Peter, deceased. 37 

Van Antwerp, John, Andrews, Ind. 104 
Van Auken, Abram, Vanderbilt, 

Mich. 142 

Van Auken, Chauucy F., Charle- 
voix, Mich. 142 
Van Auken, Helmas H., Union 

City, Mich. 147 

Van Auken, John C, Nortbport, 

Mich. 14, 145 

Van Camp, Albert, Cleveland, 0. 1 868 
Van Dalsem, Henry A., Pomfret,Vt. 190 
Van de Kreeke, Guy, Kalamazoo, 

Mich. - 1873 

Van Epps, Frank S., Alexandria, 

Dak. 14, 92 

Van Home, Mahlon, Newport, R. I. 184 
Van Norden, Chas., Springfield, Ms. 138 
Van Swearingen, O. M., Oswego, 

Kan. 116 

Van Wagner, Allen J , Sedalia, Mo. 154 
*Van Wagner, Jas.M., Cameron, Mo. 153 
Veazie, Walter C, Pueblo, Cal. 14, 83 
Veitz, Christian P., Chicago, 111. 99 

Vernev, James, Vernon, Mich. 147 

*Vetter, John, Iberia, Mo. 16, 1863 

Viets, Francis II , Riverton, Ct. 84 

Vincent, John H.,N. Chelmsford, Ms. 129 
Vincent, Samuel L., Braintree, Vt. 188 
Virgin, Samuel H., 22 East 125th 

st., New York, N. Y. 171 

*Vittum. Edmund M.,Guilford, Ct. 14, 86 
Vivian, Richard, Royal Oak, Mich. 147 
Vogeler, Henry, Warrenville, N. J. 166 
Volentine, Thomas J., Chicago, 111. 1870 
Voorhees, J. Spencer, Huron, Dak. 14, 93 
Voorhees, Louis B ,Saundersville,Ms. 131 
Vorce, Juba Howe, Essex, Ct. 85 

Vose, James G., Providence, R. I. 184 
Votaw, Elihu II., St. Paul, Minn. 152 
Vulliet, Louis, Highland, 111. 100 

*Wade, Francis R., Richville, N. Y. 1874 
Wade, Wm. G., DePeyster, N. Y. 169 
Wadhams, Jonathan, Ashlield, Ms. 127 
Wadsworth, Thos. A., Union Grove, 

Wis. 1S54 

Warner, John Ulrich, Hawley, Pa. 182 
Wainwright, Geo. W., Blair.'Neb. 1862 
Wainwright, Thos., Favetteville, Ark. 

1868 
Wait, Foster R , Hockannm, Ct 85 

Waite, Hiram II ., Jersey City, N. J. 1842 
Waite, Joseph, Mandan, Dak. 93 

Wakefield, Win., Peoria, 111. 1846 

Walbridge, Everett L., Millbridge, 

Me. 122 

Walcott, Dana M., Rutherford, 

N.J. 1871 

♦Walcott, Frank N., Minneapolis, 

Minn. 1877 

Walden, Islay, deceased. 37 



Waldo, Levi F , Shelby, Mich. 147 

Waldron, Danl. \V., cm., Boston, Ms. 1867 
Wales, Frederick H., Tulare, Cal. 
Walker, Avery S, Spencer, Mass. 138 
Walker, Chas" S., Amherst, Mass. 127 
* Walker. Geo. F., Freetown, Mass. 131 
Walker, George Leon, Hartford, Ct. 86 
Walker, Horace D., Palatine Bridge, 

N. Y. 1844 

Walker, Joseph E., A. B. C. F. M. 202 
Walker, Jos N., E. St. Johnsbury, 

Vt. 16, 191 

Walker, Theodore C, Penfield, O. 179 
Walker, William, Alderly, Wis. 1858 
Walker, William, Milton, Wis. 1841 
Walkup, Alfred C, A B. C. F. M. 203 
*Wall, Arthur A., Tipton, Mich. 147 
Wallace, Cyrus W., Manchester, 

N. H. 163 

Wallace, Geo. R., Highland, 111. 16, 100 
Wallace, Patterson W., Belmont, 111. 

98, 102 
Wallace, Robert W., Detroit, Mich. 143 
Wallace, Strvker A., Billings, Mont. 
Walters, Thomas W., Colfax, W. T. 193 
Walters, William, Lacon, 111. 1873 

Walton, Richard C, Aurora, Dak.92, 94 
Walton, W., 254 Steuben st., Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. 
Warburton, Chas. S., Indianapolis, 

Ind. 
Ward, Arthur N., Centre Harbor, 

N. H. 14, 161 

Ward, Earl J., Hyde Park, Vt. 14, 189 
Ward, Joseph, Pres., Yankton, Dak.1869 
Ward, W. Putnev, Gretna, La. 119 

Ward, William H., Ed., 251 Broad- 
way, New York, N. Y. 166 
Warfield, Franke A., Brockton, Ms. 129 
*Warner, Aquila, Bowenshurp,, 111. 98 
Warner, C. C, La Salle, 111. 101 
Warner, Lyman, W. Granville, Ms. 131 
Warner, Peter, Los Angeles, Cal. 1872 
Warner, Pliny F., Ed., Havana, 111. 1860 
Warner, Warren W., Pitcher, N. Y. 171 
Warner, William J., Dartford, Wis. 196 
Warren, Albert, Lake Benton, Minn. 150 
Warren, Israel P., Ed., Portland, 

Me. 1842 

Warren, James H., San Francisco, 

Cal 51, 1850 

Warren, Leroy, Lansing, Mich. 51, 1862 
Warren, Waters, Three ( >aks, Mich 1832 
Warren, William H., Springfield, O. 179 
Washburn, George, Constantinople, 203 
Washburn, Geo. T., A. II. C F. M. 202 
Washburn, Geo. Y., Everett, Mass. 131 
Wastell, William P., Clinton, Mich. 1830 
Waterman, Alfred T., Ovid, Mich. 146 
Waterman, Jns. H., Pewaukee, Wis. 1861 
Waterman, William A., Marion, Io. 110 
Waters, Otis B., Tipton, Mich. 1861 



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261 



Waters, T. Frank, Ipswich, Mass. 133 
Wathen, Chas. B., Orono, Me. 14, 123, 5 
Watkins, H. W. H., E. Pharsalia, 

N. Y. 169 

Watkius, Thos. R , Sugar Loaf, Pa. 

14, 183 
Watson, Albert, Hampstead, N. H. 162 
Watson, Charles C.,Wareham, Mass. 139 
Watson, Charles P., Sleepy Eye,Minn.l51 
Watson, John, River Falls, Wis. 

Watson, Thos. , N. Y. 1860 

*Watts, John W., Lafayette, Or. 1880 
Watts, James, Shelby, Mich. 1857 

*Weage, Edw. D., Evansville, Wis. 

14, 196 
Webb, Edwin B., Boston, Mass. 128 

*Webb, Stephen W., Worcester, Ms. 

1870 
Webb, Wilson D., White Citv, Kan. 118 
*Webber, Edwin E., Red Cloud, Neb. 

1866 
Webster, Geo. J., Weymouth, O. 180 
[Webster, John C., deceased. 37 

Webster, Robert M., Berlin, Wis. 195 
*Weeden, Wm. 0., Providence, R. I. 
Weidman, Peter, Freidensau, Neb. 157 
Weir, Wm. W., Eureka, Kan. 115 

Weitzel, Chas. T., Norwich Town, Ct. 88 
Welch, Moses C, Pomona, Fla. 96 

*Weld,Wm. M., Woodstock, Minn. 1851 
Weldon, C. R., Santa Barbara, Cal. 
Weller, James, Nichols, N. Y. 1852 

Weller, John Q. A., Buffalo Park, Kan. 

113, 4, 5 
Welles, Clayton, Englewood, 111. 14, 100 
Wellman, Joshua W., Maiden, Mass. 1851 
Well man, Wheeler M., Braman Hill, 

Kan. 118 

Wells, Andrew J., Los Angeles, Cal. 81 
Wells, Geo. W., Lowell, O. 1871 

Wells, J. D., Webster City, Io. 112 

Wells, James, Douglass, Mass. 130 

Wells, John A., Ada, Minn. 149 

Wells, John H., Kingston, R. I. 1851 
Wells, Moses H., Dummerston, Vt. 189 

* Wells, Spencer R., Delavan, Wis 1867 
Weutz, Horace A., Meuomonee, Wis. 

1853 
Werks, David, Streator, 111. 103 

* Wesley, Ernest G., Monsev, N. Y. 1871 
West, Jas. White. Onarga, 111 99, 102 
West, Lester L., Fort Dodge, Io. 108 
West, Parlev B., Kemper, 111. 99 
West, Robert, Ed., 155 La Salle st., 

Chicago, 111. 1869 

Westertield, Wm., jr , 1 Paulmier pi., 

Jersey City, N. J. 1871 

Westervelt, Wm. A., De Smet, Dak. 92 
Westervelt, Wm. D , Denver, Col. 83 
Westgate, Ansel W., Alpena, Mich. 1862 
Westwood, Henrv C, Auburn, Me. 120 
Wetherby, Chas", Milford, Mass. 15, 134 



Whalley, John, Richmond, Mich. 146 
W heat, Nathaniel M., Vinita, Ind. 

Ter. 106 

Wheeler, Albert M., Toledo, O. 180 

Wheeler, Crosby H., A. B. C. F. M. 203 
*Wheeler, Edward P., Beloit, Wis. 1876 
*Wheeler, John E., Southboro, Ms. 138 
Wheeler, Orville G., South Hero, Vt. 191 
Wheeler, Sheldon II., Waterbury,Vt. 192 
Wheelock, Edwin, Cambridge, Vt. 188 
Wheelock, Rufus A., Bristol, N. Y. 167 
Wheelwright, John B., Woodfords, 

Me. 124 

Whidden, Richard S., Standish, Me. 125 
Whitby, Henrv, Shamokin, Pa. 16, 183 
Whitcomb, Cyrus B., Derby, Ct. 15, 1874 
White, Chas. A., Mechanic'Falls, Me. 

123, 4 
White, Frank N., Hancock, Mich. 144 
White, Geo. H., Chester Centre, Io. 107 
White, Isaac C. Newmarket, N. H. 163 
White, James W., Berkshire, N. Y. 167 
White, John W., Longmont, Col. 83 
White, Lorenzo J., Green Bay, Wis. 197 
White, Lvman, Gilmanton Iron 

Works, N. H. 162 

White, Orlando H, Boston, Ms. [Ct ] 1851 
White, Sam'l J., Downesville, N. Y. 1842 
Whitehill, John, So. Attleboro, Ms. 127 
Whiting, Lyman, S. Williamstown, 

Ms. 140 

Whitlock, Frank M., Cleveland, O. 

14, 176 
Whitman, John S., Canfield, O. 175, 8 
Whitmore, Alfred A., Anita, Io. 1846 
*Whitney, Charles H., Shirley, Ms. 1871 
Whitney", Henry M., Prof., "Beloit, 

Wis. 1869 

Whitney, Joel F., Wolcott, Vt. 192 

Whiton. James M., Newark, N. J., 166 
Whittemore, William H., 170 Deane 

St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 1831 

Whittier, Charles, Dennysville, Me. 121 
Whittlesey, Charles M., Saratoga 

Springs, N. Y. 1863 

Whittlesey, Eliphalet, Ind. Com., 

Washington D. C. 1851 

Whittlesey, Joseph, Berlin, Ct. 1830 

Whittlesey, Martin K., Ottawa, 111. 1849 
Whittlesey, Nathan H, Creston. Io. 107 
Whittlesey, Wm., New Haven, Ct. 1837 
Wiard, H. DeForest, 112 W. Wash- 
ington st., Chicago, 111. 1873 
*Wiberg, Geo., Minneapolis, Minn. 1^76 
Wickett, Richard, Lvman, Me. 121, 4 
Wickham, Jos. D., Manchester, Vt. L823 
Wicks, Emerson G., Oak Hill, Fla. 1872 
Wiggins, Aaron W., Ashton, Mo. 153 
*Wiq-ht, Ambrose S., Mattawan, 

Mich. 1883 

Wight, C. W., Ipswich, Dak. >.Ki 

Wight, Daniel, Natick, Mass. 1842 



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Wikoff, Henry H., Sonoma, Cal. 82 

Wilcox, Asher H., Central Village, Ct. 89 
Wilcox, Seth M., Griggsville, 111. 100 
Wilcox, Warren P., Bellaire, Mich. 141 
Wilcox. William C, A. B. C. F. M. 202 
Wild, Azel W., Charlotte, Vt. 188 

Wild, Edward P., Newport, Vt. 190 

Wilde, James, Chanute, Kan. 114, 117 
Wilder, George, A. B. C. F. M. 202 
Wilder, John C, Charlotte, Vt. 1837 
Wilder, Sedgwick P., North Brook- 
field, Mass. 135 
Wildev, John E., Meredith Village, 

N. H. 15, 163 

Wilev, Chas. W., Valley Springs, 

Dak. 14, 94 

Willard, Andrew J., Burlington. Vt. 1857 
Willard, Henrv, Crystal Lake, 111. 99 
Willard, James L., Westville, Ct. 88 
Willard, John, Decorah, Io. 10S, 

Willard, John I)., Apple-ton, Wis. 195 
Willard, Samuel G., Colchester, Ct. 85 
Willcox.Charles F., Lowell, Mass. 14,133 
Willcox, G. Buckingham, 512 Wash- 
ington Bd., Chicago, 111. 59, 1853 
Willcox. William H., Maiden, Mass.1850 
Willett, Mahlon, Santa Cruz, Cal. 82 
*Willey, Austin, Northfield, Minn. 1859 
Willey, Charles, NewKeld, N. J. 1845 
Willey, Samuel H., Benicia, Cal. 80 
Willey, Worcester, Andover, Mass. 1844 
Williams, Aaron, San Francisco, Cal. 
Williams, Benj. H.,Waterville, N.Y. 1862 
Williams, Chas. II., New Haveu.Ct. 1867 
Williams, David T., Lisbon, N. Y. 170 
Williams. David T., Greenwich, 0. 177 
Williams, Edward F., 4018 Drexel 

Bd., Chicago, 111. 99 

Williams, Edw. M., Northfield, Minn. 151 
Williams, Edwin E., Elvria, 0. 177 

•Williams, Edwin S., Minneapolis, Minn. 

1864 
Williams, Francis, Chaplin. Ct. 84 

"Williams, Francis F., Norfolk, Mass. 135 
Williams, George W., Adams, 111. 101 
Williams, Henry S., Athens, Ala. 78 

Williams, Horace P., Vermontville, 

Mich. 147 

Williams, Hugh P., Plainfield Cen- 
tre, N. Y. 1845 
Williams, Humphrey, Honma, La. 119 
Williams, John, Bangor, Pa 182 
Williams, John II., Kansas City, Mo. 154 
Williams, John K., Jericho. Vt. 189, 91 
Williams, John M. 597 Hurlbut St., 

Chicago, 111. 99 

* Williams, John P., Racine, Wis. 199 
Williams, John W.. Fairhaven, Vt. 189 
Williams, Lewis, Port Levden, N.Y 172 
Williams, Lloyd, East Brady, Pa. 182 
Williams, Mark, A. B. C. F. M. 202 
Williams, Mosely II., Ed., Phila., Pa 1868 



Williams, Nath.W., Providence, R. 1.1849 
Williams, Robert G., Amherst, Ms. 1851 
Williams, Roderick R., Spring Ranch, 

Neb. 159 

Williams, Squire.Thibodeauxv'le, La. 149 
Williams, Thos. P., Winslow, Me. 

15, 120,5 
Williams, Win. B., St. Pierre, Dak. 1869 
Williams, William D., Madrid, X. Y. 170 
Williams, Win. D., Deerfield, N. Y. 1837 
Williams, Wolcott B., Charlotte, Mich. 

1854 
Willis, Josiah G., Lanesville, Mass. 131 
Willis, J. Vincent, Meadville, Mo. 154 
Williston, Martin L., Davenport, Io. 108 
*Willson, Theo. B., Whitewater, Wis. 

1879 
Wilson, Edwin P., Watertown, Mass. 139 
* Wilson, Frederick A., Billerica, Ms. 128 
Wilson, George E., Pittsford, Mich. 1875 
Wilson, George H., Owosso, Mich. 146 
Wilson, Gowen C, Windsor, Ct. 91 

Wilson, Henry, Hastings, Neb. 157 

Wilson, John, Highland Lake, Col. 85 
Wilson, John G„ Portland, Me. 124 

Wilson, John J., Onaga, Kan. 1878 

Wilson, John S., Bridgeport, Ct. 1872 
Wilson, Levi B., Colo. Springs, Col. 1853 
Wilson, Levin, Cynthiana, Ind. 105 

Wilson, Lewis, Oakland Citv, Ind. 105 
Wilson, Thomas, Eaton, N.'Y. 169 

*Wilson, Wm., Roberts, 111. 102, 3 

Wilton, Rich'd T., Rindge, N. H. 164 
Winans, Isaac, Freedom, O. 1826 

Winch, Caleb M., Lower Waterford, Vt. 

192 
*Winch, George W., Enfield, Ct. 85 

Winchester, Warren W., Mt. Dora, 

Fla. 96 

Windsor, John H., Waterloo, Io. 112 
Windsor, William, Aurora, 111. 98 

Wing, Preston B., Freeport, Me. 122 
Winship, Albert E., 6 Congl. House, 

Boston, Ms. 56, 1875 

*Winslow, Edw. C.,Big Rapids,Mch 1881 
Winslow, Horace, Providence, R. I. 184 
Winslow, Jacob, Bradshaw, Neb. 156, 9 
Winslow, Lvman W., Fayette, Io. 108 
Winsor, Richard, A. B. C. F. M. 202 
Winter, Alpheus, Hartford, Ct. 18G3 
Wirt, David, Valley City, Dak. 1849 

Wise, D. W„ Tonica, 111". 14, 103 

Wiswall, Alexander, Norway, Me. 123 
Wiswall, Luther, Windham," Me. 125 
Witherspoon, M. J., Caledonia, Miss. 153 
Withington, Leonard, Newburyport, 

Mass. 135 

Withrow, John L., Boston, Mass. 128 
Witters, Orvis, Crary's Mills, X. Y. 
Wolcott, John M., Morrisville, N. Y.1861 
Wolcott, Samuel, Longmeadow, Ms.1839 
Wolcott, Win. E., Lawrence, Mass. 15, 133 



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263 



Wolcott, Wm. H., E. Taunton, Ms. 138 
Wolfe, Joseph, Whatcom, W. T. 194 

Wood, Abel S., Rensselaer Falls.N.Y. 172 
Wood, Charles W., Scotland, Mass 129 
Wood, Clark C, May bee, Mich. 14, 145 
Wood, Franklin P., Acton, Mass. 127 
Wood, Fred. C.,Piue Creek, Mich. 14, 145 
Wood, George I., Ellington, Ct. 1840 
Wood, Horace, Keene, N. H. 1839 

Wood, John, Fitchburg, Mass. 1840 

Wood, Josiah A., Durant, Wis. 196 

Wood, Melvin C, Burlington, Ct. 84 
Wood, Reuben R., Clear Lake, Io. 1846 
Wood, Samuel, Astoria, Or. 181 

Wood, Sumner G., Fall River, Mass. 131 
Wood, Will C, Derby, Vt. 189 

Wood, William, North Branford, Ct. 1847 
*Woodard, Francis, Gridley 111, 

14, 16, 100, 101 
Woodbridge, Richard G., Osage, Io. Ill 
Woodbnrn, John A., Wetmore, Kan. 1866 
Woodbury, Frank P., Rockford, 111. 102 
Woodbury, Webster, Foxboro, Mass. 131 
Woodcock, Harry E.,Lawrence,Kan.l848 
Woodhull, John A., Baiting Hollow, 

N. Y. 167 

Woodin, Simeon F., A. B. C. F. M. 202 
Woodmansee.Wm , Hartford, Mch. 144, 5 
Woodruff, Frank E., Andover, Ms. 

57, 1883 
Woodruff, Henry C, Black Rock, Ct. 

16, 84 
Woods, Robert M., Hatfield, Mass. 132 

Woodward, J. M., , Neb. 

Woodward, John H, Milton, Vt. 190 
Woodwell, Wm. H., Orient, N. Y. 1873 
Woodworth, Charles L., Watertown, 

Ms. 52, 1849 

Woodworth, Darius, Pierpont, O. 177 
Woodworth, Frank G., Wolcott, Ct. 91 
Woodworth, Horace B., Mitchell, 

Dak. 1862 

*Woodworth, Leverett S., E. Provi- 
dence, R. I. 137 



Woodworth, Rieh'd, Lindenville, O. 1854 
Woodworth, William W., Berlin, Ct. 84 
Woolley, Jos. J., Pawtucket, R. I. 184 
Woolman, William, Hastings, Neb. 159 
Woolsey, Theo. D., New Haven, Ct. 1849 
Worcester, Isaac R., Aubumdale, 

Mass. 1837 

Worcester, John H-, Burlington, Vt. 1839 
Worden, Jesse A. S., Saranac, Mich. 146 
*Worrell, Benjamin F., Olatlie, Kan. 1857 
Wray, Alfred 'K., 4333 North Twen- 
tieth St., St. Louis, Mo. 155 
Wright, Abiel H., Portland, Me. 124 
Wright, Albert O., Madison, Wis. 1867 
Wright, Cassius E., Austin, Minn. 149 
Wright, Chauncey D., Siloam Springs, 

Ark. 79 

Wright, Eugene F., Rockton, 111. 102 
Wright, G. Fred'k, Oberlin, 0. 62, 1863 
Wright, John E. M., Goshen, Mass. 131 
Wright, Malan H., Utica, Mich. 1882 
Wright, Newell S., Detroit, Mich. 1873 
Wright, Reuben B., Pueblo, Col. 83 

Wright, Sam'l G., Brookville, Kan. 113, 4 
Wright, Walter E. C, Berea, Ky. 1868 
Wright, Wm. Burnett, Boston, Mass. 128 
Wright, Wm. S., Glastonbury, Ct. 18 r »l 
Wriglev, Francis, Brodhend, Wis. 196 
Wyckoff, James D., Galesburg, 111. 1859 
Wyckoff, Jona. L. R., Woodbury, Ct. 91 

Yager, Granville, Townsend, Mass. 139 
Yellow Hawk, Stephen, Oahe, Dak. 
Youker, David G., Gowrie, Io. 106, 9, 10 
Young, Albert A., New Lisbon, Wis. 198 
*Young, John II., Ironton, O. 1859 

Young, Jonathan E., Kirwin, Kan. 1869 
[Youngs, Christopher, deceased. 37 

Youngs, John W., Arborville, Neb. 1878 

Zercher, Henry J., N. Springfield, 
Mo. 153,4 

Zimmermann, Gustav Adolf, Chicago, 
111. 59 



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LIST OF LICENTIATES REPORTED. 

This list contains the names of those apparently reported as under care, with ref- 
erences to the pages where any such are mentioned as supplying churches. It in- 
cludes also some names starred (*), which denotes that these persons, while reported 
as supplying churches, are not reported to be approbated by, or under the care of, 
any Congregational organization. 

Further. 1. This list does not agree with the number given in State Minutes, 
because all ordained since the lists were reported are here dropped. 2. The post- 
office addresses are often delusive, the place being that of temporary service only. 
3. _ Names followed by State only are of persons approved in the State mentioned, no 
residence being reported. 4. The list is incomplete, because some States make no 
full report of licentiates. 5. The contracted name of a State in brackets means 
that the name was reported by that State, although the person resides elsewhere. 



Adams, Charles F., [Mass.] 
Adams, H. L., Oakland, Cal. 
Aganier, J. C, Oberliu, 0. [Me.] 178 
Aiken, Edwin E., [Ct.] 
Aiken, Edwin J., Pittstield, N. H. 
Aikens, James E., E. Madison, Me. 
Aldrich, L. J., Sullivan, O. 180 

Allen, Edward P., Andover, Mass. 
Ancheta, Guilabalda, N. Grant's, N. M. 
Andridge, Andrew A., [111.] 
Anderson, Wilbur L., [Ct.] 
Andrus, J. Cowles, [Ct.] 

Baker, B. F., Udall, Kan. 117 

*Baker, Louise S , Nantucket, Mass. 135 
Ballantine, Wm. O. [Mass.] 
Bartlett, Wm J., lay pr., Lee, Mass. 
Barton, James L., Weston, Vt. 192 

Baumau, John, Scotland, Dak. 93 

Beach, Homer T., Shoreham, Vt. 191 
Beach, Wm. H., Dallas City, 111. 99 

Bears, Albert II., Northfield, Me. 
Bennet, James M., [Mass j 
Billings, Chas. S., Los Angeles, Cal., 81 
Booth, Isaac, Downs, Kan. 114, 115 

Bradley, Daniel F., Olmstead, 0. 179 
Bremen, Daniel H., [Ms.] 
Brown, Aurelian L., Henry, Dak. 93 
Brown, C. W., Goodrich, Mich. 143 

Brown, Sterling N., Nashville, Tenn. 
Buckham, Matthew H., d. d., Pres. 

Univ., Burlington, Vt. 
Bush, Allen S., Centralia, Kan. 114 

Campbell, Wm. H., Carthage, Mo. 153 
Carter, Franklin, Pres., Williamstown, 

Mass. [Ct ] 
Chapman, Henry L.,Prof., Brunswick, Me. 
Chew, William" L., Exeter, Mo. 154 
Childs, L. S., Geueva, Kan. 



Chutter, Fred G., Vassalboro', Me. 125 
*Clapp, William D., lay preacher, 

Huntington, Mass. 
Colcord, Daniel H., [Ms.] 
Cole, Hammond, [Ms ] 
Comstock, G. L , [Ct.] 
Conrad, A. Z., Limerick, Me. 
Crosby, James H., Bangor, Me. 
Crouch, Wm. S., Maple Hill, Kan. 116, 7 
Crowell, Edw. P., Prof., Amherst, Ms. 
Cuminings, Geo. J., Mouson, Ms.[N.H.] 

Davidson, W. E., Prospect Park, 111. 102 
Delzell, Samuel W., Lamar, Mo. 154 
Denuisou, Tristram R., c. m., New 

Bedford, Mass. 
Dickinson, Chas. H.. [Mass.] 
Dickinson, Georjje R., [Ct.] 
Drisko, Raymond C, Bangor, Me. 
Doyle, Amos A.,Vestaburg, Mich. 142, 7 

Elwell, L. H., Northampton, Ms. 
Emerson, Nicholas, Exeter, Kan. 
English, William H., Hartford, Ct. [Me.] 
Evans, John L., Bangor, Me. 120 

Evans, W. A., Woodstock, 111. 104 

Field, Benj., Terrebonne Station, La. 
Finn, Alvin C, Lake City, Mich. 
Fisher, Herman P., Ludlow, Vt. [Ct.] 189 
Fogg, Johu G., New Vineyard, Me. 123 
Folger, Allen, Concord, N. II. 
Ford, Robert, Danbury, N. II. 
Foster, Henry R., Winchendon, Ms. 
Foster, John McG. [Ms.] 
Frazer, William, Little Pecan, La. 119 
Freeman, G. H., Whiting, Me. 
*Frost, Simeon T., Cornwall, Ct. 
Fullerton, Geo. S. [Ct.] 
Funnan, Win. F., Petaluma, Cal. 



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LIST OF LICENTIATES REPORTED. 



265 



Gilchrist, H. H., Canada Township, 

Kan. 114 

Gillett, Arthur L. [Ct.] 
Gleason, Herbert W., Pelican Rapids, 

Minn. 151 

Goodpasture, T. B., Satyton, Or. 181 
Greeley, Clarence D., New Haven, Conn. 

[Kan.] 
Greene, Elijah W., Robbinston, Me. 
Greenough, J. C, Providence, R. I. 

[Ms.] 
Grover, Edward 0., Arlington, Ms. 

Hadden, J. W., Alma, Neb. 156 

Hall, Arthur P. [Ct.] 
Hayner, A. J., Clark, Dak. 92 

Hemmenway, Miles. 
Henderson, Geo. W. [Ct.] 
Hiatt, Chas. W., Norwalk, 0. 
Hill, Edw'd M., Beloit, Wis. [Mass.] 
Holden, Frederick A. [Ct.] 
Holyoke, Geo. P., Topeka, Kan. 
Holzinger, Johannes M. [Ct.] 
Home, Jobn F. [Mass.] 
Houghton, E. L. [Mass.] 
*Howell, Samuel N., New Salem, Ms. 
Howells, Anthony, [Ct.] 
Howland, Henry M., Mt. Washington, 
Mass. 135 

Jennings, Sam'l J., Green River, Wis. 201 

Kellev, Arthur W., Andover, Mass. 
*Kelsev, Wm. S., Windham, Ct. 91 

Kidd, D. D., Lead City, Dak. 93 

Kilburn, Daniel W. (Mass.] 139 

Kyle, J. H., Salt Lake City, Utah. 
Kyle, Rob't J., Jackson & Brooks, Me. 122 

Lade, James, Bangor, Me. 

Lange, John S. [111.] 

Law, W., Solsberry, Ind. 105 

Lawrence, H. 0., Ree Heights, Dak. 94 

Lewis, Thos, E., Granite Falls, Minn. 150 

Loomis, Henry W. [Ct.] 

*Manning, Charles, Mass. 
Mansfield, Frank A., National City, 

Cal. 81 

Marsh, C. E., Mondamin, Io. 110. 12 

Martin, George H., Bridgewater, Ms. 
Mather, Richard H., Prof. College, 

Amherst, Mass. 
Matlock, H. M., Winifred, Dak. 94 

McBride, William H., Medway, Me. 
McHoes, Thomas W., Cherokee, Io. 
Mclntire, Oscar G., Derby, Ct. 85 

McKnight, M., Maine. 

Millet, T. F., Strong, Me. 125, 13 

Mills, Charles S. [Mass.] 
Mitchell, George W., Newcastle, 
Neb. [Mass.] 156, 158 



Mitchell, John C, Wenham, Mass. 139 
Mohr, Ursinus O., Oxford, Ct. 89 

Montague, Wm. L., Amherst, Mass. 
*Morrow, Cornelius W., Bethlehem, 

Ct. 84 

Murch, Artemas Allerton [Ct.] 



Neff, Silas F. [Ct.] 
Newman, Miss E. E., Dial, Kan. 
Norton, Edwin C. [Ct.] 
*Nott, Jairus L., Hebron, Ct. 



114 



87 



Packard, Lewis R. [Ct.] 

Packard, William A., ph. d., Prof. 

Coll, Princeton, N. J. [N. H.] 
Pangborn, Lycurgus E., Yakima City, 

W. T. 194 

Parnell, Paris, [Mass.] 
Patrick, G. T. W., Albany, Me. 
Peebles, Arthur B., Salt Lake City, 

Utah. 
Perry, Geo. H., New Haven, Ct. [Kan.] 
Persons, Silas E., Osceola, N. Y. 171 
Pettingill, Arthur G., Frankfort, Me. 
Pierce, David F. [Ct.] 
Pierce, Robert, Phelps, Neb. 158 

Piatt, J. E., Manhattan, Kan. 
Porter, James A. [Ct.] 
Potter, Silas A., Boston, Mass. 
Prescott, Harrison, lay preacher, 

Cambridgeport, Mass. 
Preston, Charles W., Albany, Me. 
Price, Wesley F., Keene, N. H. 
Probert, H. E., Sheridan, Wy. 201 

Ramage, James, Woodbury, Vt. 192 

Reed, Geo. H., Wellesley, Ms. [N. H.] 
Rees, E. J., Mazomanie, Wis. 197 

Richardson, Ernest C. [Ct.] 
Rood, F. D. [111.] 

Root, Martin N., Charlestown, N. H. 
Roper, Chas. F., Andover, Ms. [N. II.] 
Ross, 0. G. [Mass.] 

Sage, C. J., Kansas City, Mo. 
Sanborn, Edwin D., ll. d., Emer. 

Prof. Coll., Hanover, N. H. 
Savory, George W., Warner, N. H. 165 
Sawyer, Henry E. [Ct.] 
Sawyer, Joseph H., Prof. Sem., East- 

hampton, Mass. 
Schermerhorn, Hermon M. [Ct.] 
Sewall, Jotham, Bangor, Me. 
Shaw, A. B., Canaan, Me. 
*Shaw, Annie H., Dennis, Mass. 130 
Shaw, G. W., Mass. 
Shaw, John T., Mass. 
Shaw, J. W., Mass. 
Show, Arley B. [Ms.] 
Sims, E. E., Hazelhurst, Miss. 
Skinner, Chas L., Isle au Haut, Me 
Slack, E. Allen, Providence, R.I. [Ms.] 



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[1885. 



Small, C. H., Jonesboro, Me. 

Smith, Andrew, Dallas, Tex. 186 

Smith, Arthur, Mass. 

*Smith, Charles H., Shutesbury, Ms. 

Smith, Edward P. [Mass.] 

Smith, Thomas M., Sublette, 111. 

Smiley, Jas. D., West Brooksville, Me. 

Snow, Frank H., Prof. Univ., Law- 
rence, Kan. 

Stanley, Richard C, Prof. Coll., 
Lewiston, Me. 

Stearns, George W., Andover, Ms. 

Stokes, A., Dodd, Tex. 186 

Storer, F. A. S., Auburn, N. Y. 

Strong, D. L., Freedom, Me. 

Strong, William E., Auburndale, 
Mass. 

Strout, Joseph W., Dexter, Me. 

Symmonds, Edward W., Malta, 111. 101 

Symonds, W. D., Jefferson, 111. 

Taylor, Albert W., Volney, N. Y. 1 73 
Taylor, Charles B., Chicago, 111. 99 



Tbirloway, Tim'hy, Green River, Wy. 201 
Thomas, John A., Northfield, Me. 
Thurston, Orrin B., Standish, Mich. 147 
Tibbitts, Jackson, Autigo, Wis. 
Towne, Samuel D., Bangor, Me. 
Trueman, G. R. 

*Walker, Isaac, Pembroke, N. H. 
Warren, Edgar L., Lincoln, Me. 123 

Webster, F. G., Aldeu, Io. 106 

Weeden, William 0., Providence, R. I. 
Wells, David C. [Mass.] 
Wbeeler, L. F., Appleton, Minn. 149 
Wherland, James D., Thaver, Mo. 155 
Whitelaw, J. D., Sibley, Io. 112 

Wight, Charles A., Limerick, Me. 123 
Wilder, Charles S., Bluehill, Me. 
Willan, John, Wonewoc, Wis. 145, 46 
Wright, Alfred C, Big Spring, Wis. 195 
Wright, Benj. M., Isle au Haut, Me. 122 
Wright, Wellborn, Lawrence, Kan. 115 



*Younkin, L. D., Halifax, Ms. 



132 




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with the mechanical department of that paper for over thirty years. 

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OBERLIN COLLEGE, 

OBERLIN, OHIO. 



Department of Theology. — Instruction is given by the President, five Pro- 
fessors, and eminent special lecturers, appointed from year to year. Stiulents have 
commodious furnished rooms in Council Hall, which is devoted exclusively to the 
uses of this department. They have free access to all the classes, libraries, and cab- 
inets of the other departments. Three months during the summer can be spent in 
home-missionary or other labor, with compensation, without interference, with 
studies. The demand for such labor is greater than the supply. During the last 
half of the course, the students have frequent opportunities to supply the neighbor- 
ing churches. Students who need pecuniary assistance receive the usual aid from 
the American Educational Society, and such appropriations from special funds under 
the control of the Seminary as enable them, with reasonable prudence and economy, 
to pursue their course without interruption or embarrassment. 

Department of Philosophy and the Arts. — Fifteen Professois give instruc- 
tion in this department. The Classical Course embraces the studies of our best 
colleges, so arranged that after the Freshman year the student may, by elective 
studies, give a classical or scientific character to his course, receiving the degree of 
A. B. at its close. For entrance, three years of Latin, two of Greek, and one term of 
Geometry are necessary. The Literary Course is like the above, with the exception 
that no Greek and less Latin are required, and graduates receive a diploma instead of 
a degree. 

Department of Preparatory Instruction. — Comprises a Classical School, 
which prepares students for the best colleges, and an English School, which prepares 
students tor the Literary Course in the Department of Philosophy and the Arts; and 
offers the advantages of a first-class academy to those who can spend but a little 
time at school. Instruction is given by the Principal of this department, seven 
tutors, and about twenty-five special teachers. 

Expenses in all departments for tuition, incidentals, and board are very low. 
Students who do not wish to take a full course can select such studies in any depart- 
ment as they are prepared to pursue to advantage. Both sexss admitted. Location 
healthful, and religious influences the best. No drinking saloons in town. Circulars 
with lull information sent free by Mr. J. B. T. MARSH, Secretary. 



The Howard University, 

WASHINGTON, D. C. 



OBJECT. — To furnish education to the colored race, without excluding others. Both 
sexes received in all the departments. Industrial training imparted as well as book knowledge. 

DEPARTMENTS. — There are three Academic Departments: Normal, Preparatory, and 
Collegiate. There are three Professional Departments: Those of Theology, Law, and Medicine. 
That of Theology is principally supported by the American Missionary Association. No tuition 
is charged except for Law and Medicine. Number of students, four hundred. 

WANTS. — There is no debt on its extensive grounds and buildings, but endowments are 
needed for its professorships, its library, and its student aid. Annual donations of money and 
clothing for students are solicited from individuals and churches. For catalogue or information 
address, 

Rev. WM. W. PATTON, D. D., LL. D., President. 



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A NEW HYMN AND TUNE BOOK, 

For Choir and Congregation. 

Published with and without Scripture Selections for Responsive Reading. 

Edited by the REV. CHARLES H. RICHARDS, D. D. 

This book is commended to Evangelical Churches by the highest authorities as the best com- 
pilation of Hymns and Tunes ever published. It offers in compact form, and for a low price, the 
very choicest, richest and best of our devotional Hymns and Sacred Music. 

From the multitute of testimonials which have been received, the following are selected as 
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The Congregationalist says: "It has been compiled with a discriminating wisdom and 
taste, and edited with a thoroughness which are uncommon. The hymns are vigorous in thought, 
rich in devotional sentiment, and lyric in musical quality." 

The Interior , of Chicago, 111., says: "This book has an individuality of its own, which 
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lumber, it is yet large enough for all uses; choice enough to satisfy the most cultivated taste, and 
popular enough to lead the congregation." 

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general worship and special services The hymns and tunes include the old favorites, while the 
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From Rev. A. Hastings Ross, Pastor First Congregational Church, Port Huron, Mich. : 
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SONGS OF PRAISE AND PRAYER: 

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